Pegasus Post: November 27, 2018

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• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

NOT EVERY aspiring ballet dancer

can say they have been selected

to perform with the Royal New

Zealand Ballet.

But Parklands’ Anna McKey was

one of the lucky ones chosen to

dance in the company’s rendition

of The Nutcracker that opened last

week.

The 13-year-old was chosen

alongside 60 children to feature in

the production at the Isaac Theatre

Royal.

The children will play the roles

of mice, party girls, bonbons and

fairies. Anna was picked to play

the role of one of the Mouse King’s

minions and dance in one of the

major scenes where the Mouse King

fights The Nutcracker.

She said she was very excited to

get on stage and see the Royal New

Zealand Ballet dancers perform

beside her.

“This is definitely really exciting

because I have never been able to do

a performance with the Royal New

Zealand Ballet,” she said.

Anna said her dream would be to

have a career in dance and is looking

at auditioning for the New Zealand

School of Dance in the future.

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• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A FREE sports programme for

families will be set up in Aranui

next year in a bid to reduce antisocial

behaviour on Friday nights.

The Aranui Community

Touched project is planned for

Fridays from 5-7pm after that time

frame was identified by police

as having increased anti-social

behaviour.

The time was highlighted in a

report presented to the Coastal-

Burwood Community Board last

week.

The predominantly touch

rugby programme is planned to be

launched in the first term of next

year.

It will run as a joint collaboration

between police, Aranui Community

Trust, Touch Canterbury,

Canterbury Sport and Touch New

Zealand.

Touch New Zealand’s partnership

manager Sandi Hackett said

from liaising with Accident Compensation

Corporation and police,

Aranui was identified as one of

the targeted areas for anti-social

behaviour.

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A FREE sports programme for Aranui has to be seen as a good

thing for the area.

Police identified that 5-7pm on a Friday is an increased time

for anti-social behaviour, and it was one of the reasons Aranui

has been chosen for the programme. But police also say this

type of behaviour is a common problem across the city so it is

important Aranui does not feel like it is being targeted.

I’m sure the neighbourhood will get on board with the

programme. It may add to the community which is already

known for producing quality sports people.

Meanwhile, a dream has come true for aspiring ballet dancer

Anna McKey who was selected to perform with the Royal New

Zealand Ballet in The Nutcracker.

It will be exciting to see where the talented dancer goes next.

– Georgia O’Connor-Harding

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Tuesday November 27 2018 3

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Concern over bus stop location

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A NEW bus stop will be

installed on Prestons Rd – in

spite of it going against the

wishes of a large retirement

village.

The Coastal-Burwood

Community Board has approved

the installation of a new bus stop

to be placed

on Prestons

Rd, west of

Bluestone

Drive.

It comes

as a result of

Kim Money

Environment

Canterbury

combining

the 150 The Palms and 135

Burwood Hospital bus routes,

opening up the need for a new

bus stop to provide better public

transport access.

A city council report said if

the bus stop was not installed

residents would not be able to

easily travel to nearby amenities

such as New World Prestons and

The Palms.

In a submission, Alpine View

Lifestyle Village manager Lisa

Almond said while it supported

a bus stop on Prestons Rd, it did

not back the planned location.

She said visibility would be

“greatly impaired” to any vehicles

exiting onto Prestons Rd.

Ms Almond said the close

proximity of the bus stop to the

Bluestone Drive intersection

could be a distraction and cause

accidents – particularly for

left-hand turning traffic from

Bluestone Drive that needed

to be looking for pedestrians

crossing to the safety island on

Prestons Rd.

The village would have preferred

the bus stop to be located

further along Prestons Rd, past

Bluestone Drive, near Limes

Reserve.

However, city council staff

responded, saying the proximity

of the bus stop to Bluestone

Drive had been assessed as

suitable.

“The proposed bus stop

coincides with the widest part

of the road ensuring that there

is sufficient space available for

other vehicles to pass when that

bus has stopped,” a city council

report said.

Community board chairwoman

Kim Money said she

along with city councillor Glenn

Livingstone and city council

passenger transport engineer

Brenda O’Donoghue recently

carried out a site visit to assess

the installation of the bus.

“Through Brenda’s expertise,

having a look and going

CHANGE:

A new bus

stop will be

installed on

Prestons Rd

west of

Bluestone

Drive.

through all the options

and processes, we as a

board endorsed the staff

recommendation,” she said.

Mrs Money said when the

bus is parked up, vehicles

have to be able to pass safely

and the road was too narrow

where the Alpine View Lifestyle

Village wanted the bus stop

located. “Safety is paramount

. . . hopefully, this is a service

that is going to benefit their

residents as well,” she said.

Ms Almond declined to

comment on the community

board’s decision. The service

will run hourly at the bus stop,

Monday to Saturday.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

CAR WINDOWS SMASHED

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to be vigilant when parking

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after four cars had their windows

broken in the Parklands-Burwood

area. Sergeant Jim Currie said

residents should ensure they take

all valuables out of their vehicles.

He said the break-ins had all

occurred in the past two weeks

and usually in the early evening

or at night.

PLAYGROUND VANDALISED

Vandals have damaged the

slide and a barrier at the Arden

Reserve playground. City council

community parks manager Al

Hardy said rangers have inspected

the damage and removed the

vandalised equipment to carry out

repairs off-site.

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council report said having a paid

librarian enables the library to

run effectively and it had become

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GRANT FOR PEST TRAPS

The Northshore Residents’

Association has been granted

$500 to purchase two self-setting

Goodnature gas traps to support

the Predator Free New Zealand

programme. The association

has five traps set up along

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FreshChoice, SuperValue ditch single-use plastic bags

FRESHCHOICE and

SuperValue are no longer

providing single-use plastic

carrier bags at their checkouts.

The supermarkets went plastic

bag-free on Tuesday.

Group general manager

Robert Smith said he is thrilled

to have gone single-use plastic

carrier bag-free earlier than

expected.

The original target was the

end of the year.

“It’s great to see how positive

our stores have been about this

change,” he said.

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this initiative and have played

a huge part in ensuring we are

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of our target date.

“Millions of single-use

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our waterways and oceans and

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A BID has been made to ensure

the Thomson Park toilets on

the corner of Marine Pde and

Bowhill Rd are not demolished

in the future.

The North Beach Residents’

Association has asked for the

current toilet block to be retained

with clearer and bolder signage

and improved access to the site.

But the city council has

confirmed there are currently no

plans to demolish the old toilets

at Thomson Park.

A $400,000 upgrade is planned

for the park, which would

include building new toilet

facilities.

The association’s chairman

Josiah Thompson said the toilet

harming our marine

species. There is no doubt

that they are a significant

environmental issue and we’re

glad to be removing them from

our stores.”

Customers are being

encouraged to bring their own

reusable bags. But for customers

who forget, there will also be a

number of alternative options

available to purchase in-store

block is a great asset to the area

due to its visible location on

the roadside and

its proximity to the

often busy North

Beach car park.

The Coastal-

Burwood

Community Board

has requested city

council staff consider

retaining the toilet

block, installing new

signage and cleaning

up the site’s access.

City councillor

David East said the

board was of the

opinion the toilets were popular

and it would like to retain them

– even if it potentially meant they

might be closed in winter.

with prices starting from 20c.

“The best option is for our

customers to bring their own

bags when they shop with us

and it’s encouraging to see how

many customers have already

started doing this,” Mr Smith

said.

“I’m sure we will see more

and more customers bringing

their bags as they get used to the

change.”

Bid to ensure Thomson Park toilets not demolished

STOP: The North Beach Residents’ Association has asked for

the current Thomson Park toilets to be retained.

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He said while there was never

any proposal to demolish the

toilets, it could have

happened at some

stage in the future.

Under the

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Tuesday November 27 2018 5

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Dancing with the ballet stars

•From page 1

She has been dancing since

the age of five and attends the

Anna Lee School of Dance.

Depending on when she

is training for her Royal

Academy of Dance syllabus

exams, Anna can often

spend up to 12 hours a week

training.

“I just love to dance

really, I get to do it with all

my friends so it is lots of

fun having all these new

experiences and challenges,”

she said.

Anna was selected in the

top 10 to compete in the

junior finals of the South

Island Ballet Award in July.

While ballet can be

difficult, Anna said the key

is to keep trying and don’t

give up.

“There is always something

new you can improve on and

work on and learn so just

keep going,” she said.

All children performing in

the shows were auditioned

and split into two casts of 30

for the shows.

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News

Red zone

management

needs to be

debated

• By Julia Evans

THE MANAGEMENT of 600ha

of residential red zone in the city’s

east needs to be robustly debated,

says the Ōtākaro Avon Network.

However, discussions about

governance are not set to happen

until after the area’s regeneration

plan is finalised.

Network spokesman Evan

Smith said there needs to be a

conversation about who will

manage the area.

“There’s a real danger that it will

go to council without any debate.

It’s a matter of exploring all the options

available,” Mr Smith said.

Last week, Regenerate

Christchurch released its draft

plan for the area, which included

an 11km Green Spine from New

Brighton to the central city.

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•From page 1

She said often people will start

drinking as soon as they finish

work at about 5pm on a

Friday.

“When we run those

programmes if they are

not drinking for those two

hours often when they go

home they are too tired so

they don’t even start,” Miss

Hackett said.

Her views are backed by a

survey taken by Touch New

Zealand of participants in

Ranui in 2016.

It showed 20 per cent of

participants would have

otherwise been drinking on

Friday night.

Touch New

Zealand launched the

first of these projects

in Tamaki, east

Auckland, in 2016.

There are now

five projects in areas

including Ranui,

Auckland, Raumanga

and Whangarei.

Miss Hackett said

the social family

sports nights will allow families

to get free food and prevent

Stephen Sibley

people from drinking alcohol at

that time.

The programme aims to develop

positive ongoing social

effects for communities

and families through

sport.

It will cater for up to 20

teams, allowing 200 people

to play and is aimed

to be run in blocks lasting

between four to 10 weeks.

Canterbury Metro Area

Commander superintendent

Lane Todd said, in

general, it can expect an increase

in reports of anti-social behaviour

during the hours of 5-7pm

across the city.

He said callouts at this time of

evening can include

anything from driving

complaints to incidents

relating to mental

health, family harm

and disorder.

“Alcohol is just one

of the drivers of our

demand but at these

times is one of the

more significant ones,”

he said.

His views were backed up by

Aranui Neighbourhood Policing

Glenn

Livingstone

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City2Surf to celebrate 45 years

STAR MEDIA will celebrate

45 years since participants in

the City2Surf hit the ground

running.

Since 1975, Star Media’s

City2Surf, one of the South

Island’s largest participation

events, has brought thousands

of people together for fun and

fitness.

On March 24, City2Surf will

celebrate its 45th anniversary.

A lot has changed since the

event’s humble beginnings.

However, it still remains first

and foremost a fun run.

Originally, the City2Surf

would start in Cathedral Square

and end at New Brighton beach.

Later, the finish line was

changed to QE II stadium.

In 2011, following the

earthquake, the event had to be

cancelled as parts of the eastern

route were broken.

Now the start line for the

14km event is at Centennial Park

and the Sport Canterbury 6km

event begins at Hansen Park,

Opawa.

Both events finish at the

Ferrymead playing fields with

FREE entry given to participants

into Ferrymead Historic Park.

Over the years, City2Surf

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START LINE: The next Star Media City2Surf on March 24 will

mark 45 years since runners and walkers took off from the

start line at the first ever City2Surf. PHOTO: RACHEL SLOAN

“The amount of kilometres

run during this event is enough

to run around the world 120

times,” he said.

Entries to participate in

the 2019 City2Surf open on

Saturday.

The Star Media 14km event

with Les Mills and Sport

Canterbury 6km option means

there is always something

suitable for all runners and

walkers of all fitness types.

Participants can choose to

either take part individually or

in a team.

At this year’s event, there were

more than 170 team entries,

including teams of doctors,

construction works, accountants

and scientists.

Many local charities have

benefitted from the City2Surf

since 1975 and our supporting

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Sports programmes a bid to beat anti-social behaviour

Fire rages, homes at risk

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•Children aged 10 and

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charity for 2019 is the Charity

Hospital.

Since first opening in 2007, the

hospital has provided more than

15,000 patient visits. It provides

free day surgery, medical

treatments, dentistry, oral

surgery and counselling.

The hospital is unique to New

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frequently updated depending

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The Canterbury Charity

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receive any Government

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fundraising events, such as

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Team Sergeant Stephen Sibley,

who said alcohol is a factor and

family harm events take up a

large proportion of its service

delivery in the weekends.

He said if people are busy then

they won’t get up to mischief.

The community board

approved a grant of $2500

last week from its 2018/19

discretionary fund to go towards

the project.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

IN THE SUN: Te Waka Unua pupils Ngakau Kennedy, Cairo Iosefo, Amasio Tiatia and Cyrus Hutana-Waitoa, and (right) Metua Cranwell and Eve Nuu.

Successful tournament for traditional Maori game

THE ARANUI Community

Trust has held its first successful

ki-o-rahi tournament.

Kī-o-rahi is a traditional

Maori game, based on the Maori

purakau (legend) of Te Rahi.

The game is fast-paced incorporating

skills found in sports

such as touch, netball and rugby.

Haeata Community Campus,

Te Kura Whakapumau, Linwood

Avenue School, Te Waka Unua

and Opawa School took part in

the event held at Wainoni Park

The trust’s worker Sheree

Rangihuna said the tournament

will now be an annual event.

Linwood Ave School was

named the winning team.

Te Waka Unua pupil Metua

Cranwell and Opawa School’s

Amos Healey both received

sportsmanship awards.

About 100 pupils took part.

Ms Rangihuna said it had lots

of awesome support from Sport

Canterbury, He Waka Tapu, and

Te Pa high school students who

helped with refereeing.

The Aranui Neighbourhood

Policing team held a sausage

sizzle, the fruit was supplied by

Green Grocers on Pages Rd and

DJ Shane Asi was playing in the

lunch break.

Ms Rangihuna said a beautifully

carved trophy was donated

by Kaiapoi builder Tony Tupara.

She said pre-tournament training

was offered to the schools new to

the sport leading up to the event.

The schools also received

support and guidance from

Sport Canterbury’s Lawrence

Tau who is driving the new

sport.

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EXCITED: Haeata Community Campus

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Fire rages, homes at risk

PEEEP Trust

manager Chris

Webber writes

about how the

trust helps

upskill the

unemployed

and how it is in

need of more trustees

PEEEP Trust was established in

1993 as a sub-branch of “Keep

Christchurch Beautiful.”

The idea was to help upskill

the local unemployed by working

with the community groups

in the area on projects such as

lawnmowing, gardening, fence

painting etc, any small handyman

type work and within six

months, it had grown into an

entity of its own.

The Trust leased office space

from the old city council works

depot in Owles Tce and started

working alongside Coastcare,

originally making picnic tables

and progressed to maintaining

the sand ladders and walk tracks

along the top of the dunes, a job

we still do today.

In the past 10 years we have

added graffiti removal and

reporting for the city council to

our works programme and our

work covers the New Brighton

business district and surrounding

areas, and, as we speak, are

partnering with a major utility

company to remove graffiti from

their service boxes and pedestals.

We are also working on a project

that aims to provide low-cost

firewood to families on limited

incomes.

PEEEP is a charitable organisation

and is overseen by a

volunteer board of trustees.

Trust aims to upskill the unemployed

GREAT TEAM: PEEEP Trust volunteer Michael Crowe, senior

supervisor Wayne Gibson and volunteers Kacy Adams David

Spooner and James Ilton. ​

Like many not-for-profits, attracting

trustees in this modern

age can be difficult.

I think it would be fair to say

that most who sit on boards

these days are of the “grey hair”

variety and encouraging younger

members seem to be a universal

problem across the sector.

PEEEP is looking for more

trustees to join us who can

bring value to our long-standing

organisation. Meetings are once

a month and last for about an

hour.

A commitment of one year

is expected and we welcome

anyone that has an interest in

community and well-being.

•If you feel you would like to

apply for a position on the

board, or would like more

information, email Chris

Webber at projects@peeep.

org.nz

City councillor Glenn

Livingstone writes about

the Ōtākaro Avon River

Corridor draft regeneration

plan released recently

IT IS THE beginning of a

process and the surrounding

communities need to be able to

be part of the process.

This regeneration area needs to

meet the needs of all Christchurch

residents.

It will be most successful if the

people feel like they have a stake

in how it develops – that’s what

will make it truly regenerational.

Certainty for the city, including

residents living alongside the

Green Spine.

It will hopefully be a respectful

legacy of those who used

to live there and all that which

they went through during the

Canterbury Earthquakes of 2010

and 2011.

My training in winter in Bottle

Lake Forest has also demonstrated

to me that people like free

and uninhibited access to the

outdoors, amenity to enjoy walking,

running, off-road cycling,

spending time together with

family and friends.

In terms of funding the city

council itself has money on a

CONSULTATION: City councillor Glenn Livingstone says the

Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor draft regeneration project, which

is currently out for consultation, has to meet the needs of all

residents living in the city.

budget to begin land drainage

treatment, stop-bank construction

and construction of the

Pages Rd Bridge.

I think a city to sea cycleway

could attract New Zealand

Transport Agency funding. The

plan will have scope for sports

events, e.g. family triathlon and

other recreational amenities,

e.g. ask Halswell engineers to

construct a track for family rides

through the RRZ.

Gary Knight responds to

the Pegasus Post article

on having a disaster

psychologist brought in to

help with ongoing social

isolation issues postearthquake

in Dallington

Emotional stress meltdown

and turmoil, also financial and

physical hardship, are very real

factors endured by many suffering

post-quake social isolation. It

would therefore be a pro-active

step to engage a disaster psychologist

to cover affected areas

inclusive of Dallington, Avonside,

Avondale and Southshore.

Accolades are extended to

both the Coastal Burwood Community

Board and Dallington

Community Trust for their input

into what could transpire as a

worthy wellness programme

targeted at specific areas for a

psychologist to focus on. The

credentials of Australian

disaster recovery

expert and psychologist

Dr Rob Gordon

bears testimony to his

integrity as an obvious

choice for the role

of disaster psychologist

for Christchurch

post-quake isolation

personnel.

Aileen Trist responds

to the Pegasus Post

article on little feedback

being received over the

Department of the Prime

Minister and Cabinet’s

survey asking if residents

agree with a draft proposal

to help coastal residents

struggling to get resource

and building consents

The communities of

Southshore, South Brighton

and Redcliffs just want to be

able to move forward with

their plans to build or rebuild

in these areas without these

constant delays due to city

council and Government

restrictions blocking them at

every turn. Adjust the plan to

make this possible for them to do

so. While they are at it proceed

with the build of a stop

bank along the estuary

water edge.

Andrew Bell

responds to

the Pegasus

Post article on

Pounamu Gracie

Millar-Greig’s

exhibition at the New

Brighton Library

I was so pleased to see your

front page story on Pounamu

Gracie Millar-Greig. I work parttime

at New Brighton Library

and, ever since the exhibition

of Pounamu’s paintings went

up, we have had so many

complimentary comments

from our customers about her

paintings. I couldn’t believe

that a 15-year-old artist could

produce such mature works. She

is an extremely talented young

woman and I think she will go

far in her art career. Thanks to

the Pegasus Post for celebrating

the many positive stories about

local youth when all too often

many media outlets seek to

portray a negative picture of our

young citizens.

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“Avoid parking hassles and take

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The Bus Interchange is just

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Due to the large number of children

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Getting ready for

the festive season

Christmas means a lot of things to a lot of

people. For some it is a religious celebration,

for others a chance to gather with family and

celebrate. Whatever Christmas means to you,

there are many ways to celebrate – from the full

grandeur of baked ham and turkey with all the

trimmings or a picnic on the beach with the ones

you love.

For some, Christmas can be a stressful time

of year, but there are ways to minimise this and

spread the workload, so everyone can enjoy the

day.

Here are some ideas to help you get through the

festive season.

Create order in your home

Start preparations early, if you are hosting

everyone at your house, don’t leave it all to the

last minute. Start the spring clean up now so

when it comes to the days leading into the holiday

season you are not rushing around – making you

stressed and exhausted.

Tackling one room at a time is a good way

to purge and get organised. Sorting through

wardrobes and cupboards and getting rid of

anything you haven’t used in the past year. Having

all the rooms organised means there will also be

space for those coming to stay during this busy

time.

Once you’ve dusted and vacuumed shut the

doors and just air out the room a few days before

your guests arrive. A nice towel placed at the end

of the bed and a small floral arrangement from the

garden can also add a nice welcoming touch.

Share the food load

We have between 25 to 30 people for Christmas

most years, but our family has got smart. The host

divvies up the food between each family, spreading

the cost and the work.

About four weeks before the big day, we send

out a food allocation of what each person brings.

Normally the parents get the turkey and ham

with the offspring in charge of vegetables and

puddings. This is a great way to

spread the load and the cost and allows for those

who aren’t cooks to also contribute – we just put

them in charge of nibbles, drinks or chocolates for

on the table etc.

Just make sure you tell each person how much

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turning up with just one punnet of strawberries.

The rule is that whatever you bring you must

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in a pot, the vegetables and the salads and puddings

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A little bit of organisation ahead of time means

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Alcohol ban for Linwood Village

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DRINKING alcohol on the

streets and parks around

Linwood Village will be banned

permanently.

A bylaw change was approved

by the city council on

Thursday, which will apply

around-the-clock, seven days

a week and cover the blocks

between Fitzgerald Ave, Armagh

St, England St and Hereford St,

including Doris

Lusk Reserve.

The city

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late last year in

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Deon Swiggs

reduce the high

level of alcoholfuelled

crime

and disorder in the area.

Central Ward city councillor

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Central-Heathcote Community

Board strongly supported the alcohol

ban becoming permanent

as it wanted Linwood Village

to be a safe, welcoming place to

shop or visit.

“Before the temporary alcohol

ban came into force residents

and shopkeepers reported

feeling intimidated and unsafe

because of the anti-social behaviour

displayed by people drinking

in the street,” he said.

Cr Swiggs said the ban had

been effective in reducing the

number of concerns regarding

drinking on the streets in the

area.

“Since the ban has been in

place there have been fewer

alcohol-related issues in the area

and the community is signalling

they are feeling safer so making

the ban permanent is a positive

step, although there are still

deeper social issues that we must

continue to address.”

The updated bylaw also makes

permanent the temporary alcohol

ban that has been applied

since 2015 to the streets immediately

surrounding Riccarton

Park racecourse on the Saturday

in November when the New

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permanent

liquor ban

has been

put in place

for Linwood

Village.

Zealand Cup takes place.

It includes a new clause that

enables the city council’s chief

executive to impose a temporary

alcohol ban for large scale events

in specified areas including

Hagley Park and Rawhiti Domain.

Currently it can take up to six

months to get a temporary ban

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CRAFTY CAUSE: Ronald

McDonald House South Island

director Zucchi Leonard with

year 13 students Georgia

McKenna, Ella Willoughby and

Laura Jones. ​

Coffee cup project helps charity

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A CRAFTY idea to design

reusable cups has raised $560 for

Ronald McDonald House South

Island.

Marian College students

Georgia McKenna,

Ella Willoughby and Laura

Jones sold 136 cups they

designed to support the

organisation.

Cups for Kids was dreamed up

as part of the students’ year 13

business studies class.

Miss Willoughby said they

chose Ronald McDonald House

on Cashel St because it was

a “great organisation” that

supports families when their

child is in hospital.

The fundraiser started in July

with cups being sold for $13

each.

The cups were designed

through Admor Promotions

in Hamilton and the students

presented a cheque to the

organisation recently.

The students had been

working on the project since

February.

Ella said the group decided

to make reusable coffee cups as

a way of reducing waste from

paper cups.

“Originally we had only

ordered 50 cups and thought

we’d struggle to sell them but

they all sold in the first 12

hours,” she said.

The students decided to take

pre-orders and got another 100

cups. The leftover cups were

given to Ronald McDonald

House.

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A GROUP of international

students had a change of scenery,

spending a day in the country on

a typical Kiwi farm.

Seven Shirley Boys’ High

School students took part in the

programme which saw them

travel to Springfield to attend the

Rubicon Valley farm show.

The students from Thailand,

Japan and Italy had the

opportunity to feed sheep, pat

alpacas, watch farm dogs in

action and even try out shearing.

International director Sue

Nesbit said a day out on the farm

was very popular with overseas

visitors and the students loved it.

She said it was for the students

who are not doing NCEA

because they are in the country

for a short period.

“Some are more able to get

involved with the animals and

some are more reserved, but they

really enjoyed it out there,” Ms

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WOOF: Go along to a fun

library session where you

can read to dogs. Designed

to provide a relaxed, nonthreatening

atmosphere

which encourages children to

Email georgia.oconnor@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

practice their reading skills and

develop a love of reading. The

programme uses dogs who

are pets of the city council’s

animal management team.

Library staff and a dog handler

will be present at all times to

help facilitate the sessions. The

programme will be held on

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm, at

the New Brighton Library. ​

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)

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 to attend and no bookings

required.

Aranui Library, 109 Aldershot

St

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

Code Club

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Code Club Aotearoa,

Christchurch City Libraries

and Verizon Connect are proud

to offer a free Code Club for

school children years 5-8. The

Code Club will run for one hour

per week during the school

term, and Verizon Connect

technologists will support the

children to learn to code.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde

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

Rawhiti School Twilight Fair

Friday, 4-8pm

The first ever Rawhiti School

twilight fair will be fundraising

for new playground equipment.

There will be live entertainment,

fabulous food plus plenty of fun

and games for the whole family.

Activities include bouncy castle,

pony rides, classic car rides,

chocolate wheel, dunk tank,

crafts made by pupils, plants,

books, clothes, and cakes. Go

join the school for four hours

of fantastic fun, food and

entertainment. Visit https://

www.rawhitipta.org.nz/fair-2018.

html for more information.

Rawhiti School, 150 Leaver Tce

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

The Monday Makers Club

Monday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to weekly afterschool

making sessions for kids.

A range of activities varying in

theme, week by week. Free of

Charge, no booking required.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde

Activity Zone

Monday, 3.45–4.45pm

Go and have fun at Activity

Zone – the Shirley Library After

School Club. Every Monday

during term time. Suitable for

ages 6-10. Caregivers, please

remain in the library during

the session. Free, bookings not

required.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd (by the Palms Mall)

Golden Oldies Movie

Screening

Monday, December 3, 1.30pm

Robert Redford and Paul

Newman star in Butch Cassidy

and the Sundance Kid, a 1969

drama based on a true story.

Running time is 1hr and 53min.

Arrive early for a cuppa. $2.

New Brighton Museum, cnr of

Hardy St and Seaview Rd


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LUNCH &

DINNER

30th Nov

7th Dec

CUISINE NIGHT

YOUR CHOICE

OF ONE OF

THREE

DELICIOUS

BURGER

FLAVOURS

SERVED WITH

A TAP BEER

OR

HOUSE WINE

FOR ONLY $20

Sports Hall

CHRISTMAS BUFFET DINNER

SUNDAY 2 & 9 DEC

LIVE MUSIC - FREE KID’S GIFT

Adults $30. Kids 12 & under $1 per year of age.

Bookings essential.

The Hornby Club | ph 03 349 9026

17 Carmen Rd | Hornby

www.hornbywmc.co.nz

Members, guests & affiliates welcome


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$129

Midi 7 Drawer

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975x760x410

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Also available in Black.

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Don’t forget to show your pampered pet

some love this Christmas !!

Four Paws has a fantastic range of toys ,

collars, accessories and fresh meat available

for that special pet in your life !!

AVAILABLE IN DECEMBER


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EVERY 5 th

coFfee FRee

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Free

WHEN YOU REGISTER ONLINE

Coffee

Pick up a FREE card in-store today!

Register it online at muffinbreak.co.nz

OPENING SOON


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