Pegasus Post: December 18, 2018

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2018

Connecting Your Community

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Merry

Christmas

Living on Hampshire St

How it has transformed over

the decades

Pity for armed robbers

Dairy owner says she ‘feels

sorry’ for jailed men

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Call for urgent action

to repair rough roads

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

URGENT ACTION is being

called to address rough roads in

the eastern suburbs.

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board chairwoman Kim Money

said the community cannot

continue to wait on plans and

strategies to be implemented, the

roads need to be fixed now.

City council

staff is arranging

a seminar

in the new

year to review

road conditions

and to

Kim Money

look at pedestrian

crossings

on the east.

Each board member will

discuss what roads they believe

need to be prioritised for

resurfacing or upgrades in the

east.

“We really need to know where

things sit in the programme . . . it

is just too long. Things need to be

done,” Ms Money said.

In 2016, the city council budgeted

$680 million to fix roads in

the Burwood-Pegasus area over

10 years.

Its total budget for resurfacing

for the financial year of 2019-

2020 is $12.9 million.

Portions of roads planned to

be repaired next year include

Owles Tce, Avonside Drive and

Union St for the city council’s

Carriageway & Footpath Programme

2018-21.

A key area under scrutiny

is the roading between

Wainoni Rd/New Brighton Rd

roundabout and the Bower Ave/

New Brighton Rd intersection.

The board has asked city council

staff to investigate if it can be

put back to its original condition

post-earthquake.

“The road is a disgrace there,

there are holes everywhere . . . it

is a very bad stretch of road,” Ms

Money said.

BATTERED:

The Coastal-

Burwood

Community

Board has

asked city

council staff

to investigate

fixing a rough

section

of road

between

the New

Brighton and

Wainoni Rds

roundabout

and the

Bower

Ave/New

Brighton Rd

intersection.

City council planning and

delivery transport manager

Lynette Ellis said a project of

repair for the road is in the “early

planning phrase.”

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from the editor’s desk

OUR FEATURE on Hampshire St (pages 4,

5 and 6) brings back some memories.

I could tell you a few stories but in a

family newspaper like Pegasus Post, I

probably wouldn’t get away with it.

Needless to say, back in the day they

were great times in the east . . . probably still are, it’s just another

generation having them.

A lot of my mates were from Hampshire St and its surrounding

streets, and our social lives radiated through Aranui and across

the eastern suburbs – usually from Waimairi Beach to South

Brighton. Basically anywhere there was a good party.

All you had to do was cruise the streets and you’d find a party

happening somewhere. And they were pretty damn good. Unless

the Hampshires arrived . . .

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Potential drainage trial concern

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A POTENTIAL flood

prevention measure may

not be a silver bullet for

solving drainage issues at the

Southshore estuary.

THe city council will trial a

groyne in Sumner to prevent

problems there. If that works

it will then

be trialled in

Ebbtide St,

Southshore.

But doubt

has been

cast over

whether the

trial to place

David East

a temporary

groyne at

the drain in

Burgess St, Sumner, will work at

the estuary.

Coastal Ward city councillor

David East, said the Sumner

waves and the estuary at

Southshore are “totally different

conditions.”

“In the meantime, we have

just got to carry on with a bit

of experimentation with some

options and get the problem

sorted once and for all,” he said.

It comes after the Coastal-

Burwood Community Board

raised concern over inefficient

stormwater drains in Southshore

filling up when it rains heavily

and the water being unable to

flow out to the estuary.

Board deputy chairman Tim

Sintes said he also has doubts the

trial will work at Ebbtide St, but

leaving it as it is was “not an option.”

City council land drainage

manager Keith Davison said

while staff are looking at the

trial on Burgess St, there are no

firm plans at this stage.

THe temporary groyne would

aim to artificially lower sand

levels on one side which, if

placed next to an outlet, may

help clear it.

But a city council report said

there would need to be natural

tidal waves to move the sand

laterally.

It said while natural tidal

effects are expected at Sumner,

there is no certainty it will work

at drain outlets in the estuary

such as Ebbtide St.

THe board recently inquired

with city council staff about the

status of Ebbtide St drain after

concerns it was not working

properly when it rained.

Mr Davison said during a

heavy rain event when the tide is

UNCERTAINTY:

A potential

flood prevention

measure may

not be able to fix

flooding issues

of drains within

the Southshore

estuary. ​

high, the drain will be below

the tide level which means

it occasionally has to send a

temporary pump out.

He said when there is a

rainstorm the city council will

ensure the drain is clear of sand

and isn’t blocked.

“At this stage we will continue

this method and monitor the

effectiveness of it,” he said.

Placing a temporary groyne

at Ebbtide St will be dependent

on how successful the trial is

at Sumner and if the estuary

conditions are suitable, Mr

Davison said.

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the birds are being made by South

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have been delays in the project

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Hampshire St: Transformed into

Hampshire St in Aranui

has had a reputation

over the years as a

place you dare to tread.

But it is undergoing a

transformation. Julia

Evans reports

IN THE PAST it has been

labelled the most feared street in

the city.

Sirens, stabbings, sexual assaults,

fires, shootings, gangs,

murders, high unemployment

rates and low incomes have been

synonymous with Hampshire St

for the better part of its history.

A stark contrast to its namesake,

the area of Hampshire in

the United Kingdom, which has a

Christchurch city and Avon River

of its own.

Hampshire calls forth images

of a rolling English countryside

rather than the street police in

the 1990s would often refer to as

“The Reservation.”

Erina Staples has lived on and

around Hampshire St for 27 years

and said the area used to be

“really rough.”

She said there were fights often

between the Mongrel Mob and

Black Power gangs when the pub,

BANABA BANABA has lived

on Hampshire St for at least 20

years.

It could be 30.

“I’ve forgotten, I’ve had other

things on my mind.”

He’s spent the last eight years

in his modern brick unit after

moving from down the other

end of the street.

Mr Banaba had to move

after the February 22, 2011,

earthquake destroyed the

second storey of his home.

“You couldn’t use the

bathroom or go upstairs. I

like it here better anyway,” he

said.

“There aren’t as many people

doing wheelspins outside the

house here, its quieter.”

Originally from the Cook

Islands, Mr Banaba moved to

Auckland and lived in Porirua

with his brother.

He then moved down to

known as the Hampshire Hilton,

was open.

“It was terrible when the pub

was open . . . there were fights

outside and the kids would hang

outside and see it all,” she said.

HOME SWEET HOME: Banaba Banaba can’t say how long he’s

lived on Hampshire St, but he wouldn’t live anywhere else.

Hampshire St and hasn’t left.

“I like it here. At my old

place the backyard was too

big to mow on my own,” Mr

But the Mongrel Mob and Black

Power haven’t been the only gangs

to be prominent in the area.

In the 70s, there was the Flagon

Wagon gang, and later the fully

patched Hampshires. They tried

Banaba said.

Now he mows the front lawns

of most of his neighbours and

said the area has a strong sense

to rule the roost in the eastern

suburbs from their base in the

streets around Hampshire St.

But they weren’t always the

victor.

In the 1970s, surfers from the

of community.

“I like helping,” Mr Banaba

said.

He also liked playing darts

at the Eastern Eagles Rugby

League Club clubrooms.

“I stopped playing when I

reached the top. I said: ‘I’ve had

enough now’.”

Mr Banaba said Wainoni

Park was a great spot on

Hampshire St.

“When my grandkids

come over, I say go over to

the park and play. I can walk

over with them and watch,” he

said.

However, Mr Banaba said he

knew there were gangs in the

area, but they mostly kept to

themselves.

“Black Power and the

Mongrel Mob, they don’t cause

any problems,” he said.

“It’s not as bad as people

think. People tell me it’s bad

but it’s not.”

New Brighton area took matters

into their own hands. About 20

in a convoy of cars headed to

Hampshire St after one of their

mates was jumped by the Flagon

Wagon gang the night before.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

a real sense of community

“One of the young surfie guys

got beaten up by the Flagon

Wagon so we decided to go

around there. We rang the police

first and told them we were going

there to sort them out,” long-time

surfer Keiry Bennett recalled this

week.

The Flagon Wagon gang

members were swinging chains

as the surfies approached. A few

moments later it was all on.

“We grabbed their chains,

jumped up and down on the car

roofs . . . and when we were done

the police were waiting around

the corner to sort them out,” he

said.

“They didn’t beat up surfers

after that, that’s for sure.”

The Hampshires emerged

in the 1980s from the Flagon

Wagon, and then faded away.

They were a feared gang in the

east, who would turn up to halls

having 21sts and other parties

and cause and get involved in

carnage.

As the years rolled on the

Ruthless Boot Boys, an odd fit

in an ever-growing Maori and

Polynesian population in

Aranui, and the Mongrel Mob

and Black Power would take up

residence.

Hampshire St was given the

HISTORY: A Hampshire gang

member during the 1980s.

status as unofficial worst street

in the city – TV3’s Campbell Live

used the term when discussing

the merger of Aranui schools.

But the street’s notoriety went

to a national and international

level in September 2009 when the

bodies of Tisha Lowry, 28, and

Rebecca Chamberlain, 33, were

found under the floorboards of

one of the units on the corner of

Hampshire St and Wainoni Rd.

It became known as The House

of Horrors.

Mrs Chamberlain’s husband,

Jason Somerville, was jailed for

their murders. He had killed Ms

Lowry, who was his neighbour,

in September 2008.

A year later he killed his wife.

The House Of Horrors

would later be burnt down –

culprits still unknown. The

property was bought by the city

council and turned into a small

park Ripene Ma Reserve – White

Ribbon Reserve, which honours

those who lost their lives to

violence.

But for all of this Ms Staples

feels “pretty lucky” to live in

Hampshire St.

She has lived in the new state

house for the last two years, but

raised her children in various

spots along the street.

Her oldest is now 27,

her youngest daughter is a

16-year-old student at Haeata

Community Campus, her

mother lives just around the

corner.

DARK PAST: The House

of Horrors where it

was discovered Jason

Somerville had buried

the bodies of his wife

and neighbour in

2008 and 2009 was

destroyed by fire.

Ms Staples said a lot of that had

to do with the February 22, 2011,

earthquake, which provided an

opportunity for Hampshire St to

regenerate.

“There’s a lot of community

and it’s good having the police

around. They come in and say

hello, make sure all the kids and

teenagers respect them. You don’t

see that in every street.”

“I actually feel a lot safer here

than I would in town. Everyone’s

got your back here, everyone

makes sure you’re safe,” she said.

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New library, park upgrade and leadership

Fire rages, homes at risk

WHILE HAMPSHIRE St has

had a chequered past – it’s

future is full of rejuvenation and

community spirit.

Recent years have seen the

opening of a new library, upgrades

at Wainoni Park and the

rise of Aranui Community Trust

Incorporated Society, which runs

the tool shed, a walking group,

community

lunches,

amongst a

range of other

services.

Rob

Davidson,

who is the

Rob Davidson

husband of

Mayor Lianne

Dalziel, has been chairman of

ACTIS for 18 years.

“I went to the recent Affirm

celebration and I sat there with

Sandy Kaa, our kaumatua and

looked around at all the positive

changes. I actually became quite

emotional,” he said.

“The people were just so engaged.”

Mr Davidson said the area had

managed to achieve so much in a

short period of time.

“There’s the new $6.5 million

community hall . . .the new

library and we’ve shifted the playground

from behind the shops,

there’s been community plantings

days, it’s really opened up now so

houses overlook it and it’s much

safer,” Mr Davidson said.

Hampshire St’s high deprivation

index and low income rates

meant ACTIS’s role in the community

was on-going.

“You have to continue your

support. You can’t go in and then

leave again . . . it’s the sort of

thing we’ve got to carry on.”

The community spirit would

see the area flourish in the future,

Mr Davidson said.

Murals have been painted on

the shop walls, courtesy of street

artists and students from Haeata

Community Campus

as part of an ongoing

campaign by the Aranui

neighbourhood policing

team to brighten up the

area.

Constable Jules

Atkinson said the

murals brought a

passion for art and the

community together.

“This project is about

uniting us all and engaging

with one another. We’ve found a

common interest and the locals

Silivelio Fasi

THEN AND NOW:

Hampshire St in

1968 and what it

looks like today.

love it,” she said.

Te Kupenga o Aranui youth

worker and mentor Silivelio

Fasi, 28, painted

one of the murals and

was raised in the area.

“One of the key

changes is the park.

When I was younger

there was an old half

court and that was

about it, now there’s a

flash basketball court

and a path. It’s a lot

more vibrant,” he said.

Fasi said the look of the

area was changing, which was

helping outward perception.

“There’s always been gang activity

and things. But at the same

time there’s a lot of kids having

a lot of fun. Biking up and down

the street, going to the shops and

sitting outside having a pie.”

Fasi said when you go down

Hampshire St everyone says

hello, gives the nod of a head or

the friendly eyebrow raise.

“When I was young, people

thought A-town was scary.

But I strongly believe there are

downsides to any community.

There has just been a magnifying

glass over Aranui.”

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Call for urgent repair

of rough roads

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The budget is more than $1.1

million but a time line for when

the project would begin was not

available.

The state of Breezes Rd is also

planned to be discussed

at the meeting.

Pegasus Post reported

last month city councillor

Glenn Livingstone

has gone to the city

council asking to have

heavy vehicles rerouted

to Anzac Drive.

He also wanted a section

of road on Breezes

Rd between Wainoni Rd

and Pages Rd in front of Haeata

Community Campus to be

repaired.

Cr Livingstone said he is

really pleased there will be a

seminar on the issue.

As part of the seminar, the

board will also look at pedestrian

crossings.

Cr Livingstone said he was

contacted by an elderly woman

living adjacent Pages

Rd wanting a crossing

installed from

Marlow Rd to Pages

Rd.

He said it has since

prompted the board

to look at where pedestrian

crossings are

needed on the Pages

Rd corridor.

Tim Baker

Community board

member Tim Baker said prioritising

what roads need to be

fixed is not going to be an easy

task, as there are “hundreds”

that need fixing at this stage.

Award for community service

A LONG-SERVING Wainoni

Avonside Community Services

Trust member has been

recognised for her volunteer

work.

Mairehau’s Coleen Dunlop,

89, was presented with a Civic

Award for community service

by Mayor Lianne Dalziel on

Wednesday.

She was one of 12 to receive

the award at the Great Hall at the

Christchurch Arts Centre.

Mrs Dunlop has been volunteering

at the trust for the 17

years it has been in existence.

The awards recognise

substantial service, usually of a

voluntary nature benefiting the

city and its people.

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

A NEW Brighton dairy owner

robbed at gunpoint in February

“feels sorry” for the two men in

jail for the crime.

Beachcomber Dairy owner

Zeny Cargill and her elderly

mother were robbed by the men

who took more than $2000 in

cigarettes and cash.

“You do feel sorry for them

in some way . . . sometimes I

don’t know who is to blame. The

parents or maybe the bringing

up,” said Ms Cargill.

She said every person has a

“sad story.”

Tanui Smith, 23, was sentenced

last week to three years and one

month in prison for pointing

a pistol at Ms Cargill and her

mother.

Jayden Peta Brown, 24, was

jailed for four years and one

month for the robbery and the

earlier robbery of a liquor shop

in St Albans. He was also driving

with excess breath-alcohol and

while his licence was suspended.

He has been disqualified from

driving for six months.

Ms Cargill said Brown had not

learned his lesson as it was his

second robbery.

She described working at the

dairy as “living on the edge” but

said it was part of the job.

Having worked at the

Beachcomber Dairy for about 30

years, Ms Cargill said she had

lost count of how many times she

had been robbed.

“I don’t even think about it

really. I try to forget it,” she said.

The dairy has been robbed

at gunpoint twice since the

February 22, 2011, earthquake.

Ms Cargill said she doesn’t

know when it is going to happen

again.

“If you know it is going to

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ON EDGE: Beachcomber Dairy owner Zeny Cargill “feels sorry”

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gunpoint.

happen you would be worrying

about it . . . it is like getting

struck with lightning, it happens

so quick,” she said.

The dairy has had a security

smoke system installed, which

produces a dense white fog to

obscure vision and presents

a confrontational barrier to

intruders.

Ms Cargill said she didn’t want

to move.

“Everybody said what are

you doing, why are you there.

It has become a hub, it gives us

something to do and talk to the

people around here.”

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News

Lifeguards

brings their

specialised

skills home

SOUTH BRIGHTON’S Harry

Roberts and Waimairi’s Rachael

Cleeve were among 20 top

volunteer surf lifesavers to attend

the National Lifeguard School.

They received an advanced lifeguard

award at the school in New

Plymouth, which was run by Surf

Life Saving New Zealand.

Based at the Fitzroy Surf Life

Saving Club, the three-day school

takes top volunteer surf lifeguards

and teaches them advanced skills

including rock rescues, helicopter

operations, advanced first-aid and

rigorous fitness challenges.

All participants take the

specialised skills back to their

beaches, where they will ultimately

help save lives and help

keep beach-goers safe during the

holiday season.

Hamish Clayton from Waihi

Beach took home the highlyvalued

top candidate award.

Surf Life Saving New Zealand

national education manager

Belinda Slement said the

lifeguards showed exceptional

leadership, teamwork and

decision-making skills.

HOOCH FONOTIA was

18-years-old when he walked

through the doors of the

Canterbury Freezing Works in

Belfast for the first time.

His reason for taking the job

was simple, he needed one.

Mr Fonotia, who lives in

Aranui, had no idea that this

decision would lead to some of

the best memories and strongest

friendships he would ever have.

After 45 years service at the

age of 64, he was forced to call

it quits when the plant closed

down, causing about 250 staff

members to lose their jobs.

Mr Fonotia said his time at the

plant had played a huge part in

shaping who he is today.

“The job always meant more to

me than money – I made a hell

of a lot of friends.”

Mr Fonotia and other former

freezing works employees

reunited to mark the 10th

anniversary of its closure on

November 17.

Mr Fonotia organised the

event in which about 200 former

staff members met at The Bower

hotel to exchange stories about

their time at the freezing works

and reconnect with old friends.

Said Mr Fonotia: “It was a

really good feeling to see all

sorts of people, as many had

gone their separate ways and

not seen each other since the

closure.”

Guests celebrated with a slice

of cake and speeches from Mr

Fonotia and New Zealand Meat

Workers Union Canterbury

branch secretary Bill Watt.

Mr Watt said Mr Fonotia was

the main reason the get-together

had happened. “A lot of credit

has to go to Hooch. It was a

really good function.”

Mr Watt said Mr Fonotia’s

efforts to make the reunion

happen were even more special

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freezing works longest-serving

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“There were some there that

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Mr Watt said in its day, the

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Sustainability key

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There’s something for

everyone in the realm of

organic farming but as far

as Bill Martin is concerned,

it’s all about sustainability.

The Training College

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University’s Biological

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Trust (BHU) is happy to see

a surge in enthusiasm for

organic food production

as younger generations

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expense of the environment.

“We need to change our agricultural

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Pressure on to

save city’s water

THE CITY council is

taking a myth-busting

approach to remind

residents about the need to

save water this summer.

It has put out a series

of fact-based articles

via its website and

Facebook page in an

effort to correct common

misunderstandings about

water use in Christchurch.

Water supply

programme manager

Helen Beaumont says it’s

important people get the

facts so they understand

the importance of saving

water this summer.

“We’ve had a lot people

effectively calling us out

for asking them to save

water when water bottling

plants are taking it out of

the ground every day. But

there are two problems

with that. Firstly, the city

council doesn’t decide

who can or can’t take

groundwater, Environment

Canterbury does, while

taking environmental

factors into account. And

secondly, the water taken

by water bottling plants

doesn’t actually affect our

public water supply –

they’re separate issues.”

Ms Beaumont says

another common

misunderstanding is

around the need to

conserve water this

summer.

“It’s not that we’re

running out of water.

The problem is we

need to take some

water wells out of service

so we can upgrade them

and stop chlorinating as

fast as possible. If we keep

using too much water, we

have to use more wells to

cope, and then we can’t

work on them. It’s really

that simple,” she says.

A wet start to summer in

Christchurch has seen the

city council’s

online water

dial spend a

number of

consecutive

days in the

“green zone”,

which is where

the city council

wants to see it

stay as the city

moves into the

warmest part of the year.

Ms Beaumont says

the rain means people

generally don’t feel the

need to turn on their

garden sprinklers or

irrigators, which are

Helen

Beaumont

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daily use of 212 litres

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We’re asking people to use

hand-held hoses to water

– during early morning or

late evening – because you

can direct exactly where

the water goes and avoid

wasting it.”

•More water saving tips

are available on the city

council’s website at ccc.

govt.nz/water-savingtips

ADVENTURE: Marian College students spent the day learning about nature

and the history of the uninhabited Quail Island. The year 9 students spent the

day walking, swimming, having a picnic and taking part in games. The school’s

head of social services Anna Perry said the students enjoyed the day and it was

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Mairehau

high School

Encouraging ExcEllEncE in our community

-

From the Senior

Leadership team

Meri Kirihimete, Maligayang Pasko, Merry christmas and a happy

New Year.

as 2018 winds down, it is a great time to reflect on all our

successes throughout the year, as well as looking forward to the

new year ahead. We are extremely proud of our students and our

staff, and all the wonderful opportunities Mairehau high School

continues to offer our community.

Who are we?

We are a true community school with a long history of serving

christchurch’s North east, proud of our diversity and our close

connections with contributing schools. We have caring and

supportive staff who treat each student as an individual. our

students tell us they value the guidance and support they receive

from staff at Mairehau high School. We offer a wide range of

academic and vocational pathways from school with strong links

to ara and university of canterbury.

What do we value?

• Challenge (always challenge yourself to be the best)

• Achievement (achievement looks differently to different

people. We value achievement in all its many shapes and sizes)

• Responsibility (for yourself, for others and for the environment)

• Empathy (understand the needs of others)

What are our points of difference?

• Small class sizes

• Traditional classrooms and workshop spaces

• A small school with a family atmosphere

• Provision for supported learning in a centre that is

well-designed to suit individuals.

Harry romana,

Principal

Siobhan murphy,

Deputy Principal

Messages of support from our current students and families tell

us that our small class sizes are appreciated and they tell us they

rebecca Swanson,

appreciate the care our teachers have for individual students. our assistant Principal

families value our traditional classroom environments. They also

support our commitment to allowing students and staff every opportunity to engage in

innovative and collaborative teaching and learning opportunities.

To our Year 13 Leavers...

congratulations on all your success this year. it has been a privilege to share your learning

journey with you over the last five years. it was wonderful to see so many students and

parents at the final leavers’ Dinner recently. We look forward to hearing about your future

successes and adventures! as part of the Mairehau whānau it will always be a pleasure to

reconnect with you. You are welcome here any time.

To those students and families who are yet to enrol with us please take the time to visit us,

to read about us and to talk to us - we welcome your interest in our school. our staff and

students are always happy to show you around and answer any questions you have about

Mairehau high School.

Finally, we wish you a safe, happy and peaceful summer break and look forward to meeting

up again in the new year.

A message from Kane...

Kia ora, my name is Kane. i came from rawhiti Primary School and now i’m a Year 9 student at

Mairehau high School.

When i first came to Mairehau, i was nervous like most people are when they first go to high

school.

But when i came to Mairehau all this changed. everyone is so kind and everyone accepts you

for who are you. Even if you do hit problems, the teachers here are amazing. They listen and

come up with solutions for your problem.

I’ve had a lot of fun talking to different people and making new friends. The

thing i like here is that even the older kids are kind. i always thought the big

kids were intimidating but really they look after us and help us when we

need it. They are senior role models and help us with a lot of activities.

anyway, what i’m trying to say is that at Mairehau we are like a family; we

stick together like glue, we care about everybody and no one is left out.

A school year in photos

Pasifika Family Night – an evening

of music, laughs and great food for

students, families and staff

a new $1000, 5 year scholarship to a Year 9 female student has been

awarded from a very generous, anonymous donation. This student has

been selected by the Year 9 team and the scholarship will go towards

all school financial contributions and any other school related costs.

Recent photos of the Junior Boys 7s

tournament on November 2nd 2018.

Junior Gifted and Talented

Investigative Project

Our Year 10 Food students

have been making lunches

for students and staff every

Monday and Tuesday – yum!!

as a small school, Mairehau high School is pleased to be able to

offer a range of different learning opportunities, including a very

strong Gifted and Talented (GaTE) programme, to support our

students.

An important part of our junior GaTE programme is students

volunteering to complete a project. Through consultation with

staff and the wider community, students choose their focus.

Topics can be either academic or non-academic and may

include hobbies, sports, theatre, community service, culture, and

entrepreneurship. There may be ties to their family background,

personal experiences or global issues.

A group of Year 10 GaTE girls displaying a strong interest in

the Visual arts decided they would like to do a mural for a

community group. After consultation with Te Puna Oraka

Barnados early learning centre in Mairehau, the girls decided

to create a mural for their premises. Te Puna Oraka were able to

share information about the history of the area which helped the girls with their design process.

We presented the mural to Te Puna Oraka at a community morning tea event on the 11th of

December at their premises.

Gifted and Talented Teacher-in-Charge Angela Marshall says, “We are so lucky to have such a

wonderful group of young people wanting to give back to their community. They enjoy being

creative and working in small groups, knowing we are there to support them every step of the

way. i am very proud of what they have achieved.”

Mairehau High School, Hills Road, Christchurch P. 385 3145 F. 385 3143 admin@mairehau.school.nz www.mairehau.school.nz


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Mairehau

high School

Encouraging ExcEllEncE in our community

Sportsperson of the year

We are very proud to announce our Mairehau Sportsperson for

2018 - Sammy Fawcett-Kay, Year 9.

at the age of 9 years old, Sammy started playing softball and

now plays for the Pcu club over the summer season. During

the 2017/2018 summer season, Sammy made the canterbury

Under 15 Girls Softball Team, where they played a tournament

in Alexandra. The team was placed first. Sammie then made

the South island under 15 girls Softball team, and played in a

tournament in christchurch, where they placed second behind

the North island team. Sammy was then made a part of the New

Zealand under 15 girls Softball Squad, and in the July holidays Sammy Fawcett-Kay

went to a training camp in auckland. Sammy has previously

made the Marlborough Under 15 and Under 13 Girls Softball Squads. This coming summer, her

team moves to the under 18 grade, which is an awesome achievement for a young lady who is just

14 years of age.

Sammy is showing an exceptional level of potential in Softball, and we will eagerly watch her

development in this sport as she progresses through high school.

Fun adventures at

Mairehau High School

in 2018

2018 Junior Award winners

Our highest achiever in Year 9 is Zoe McConnell.

Zoe is described by her teachers as a focused and committed

student who is a delight to have in class.

Zoe has achieved overall excellence in the following subjects:

• Art

• Food & Technology

• Health

• Maori

• English

• Mathematics & Statistics

• Performing Arts

• Social Studies

Zoe has also been awarded the academic Form class award,

Most Promising Year 9 Music award, and a Studentship award.

Our highest achiever in Year 10 is

Michael Scanlan.

Michael is a positive and intuitive member of his classes,

enthusiastic and a diligent student.

Michael has achieved overall excellence in the

following subjects:

• English

• Science

• Mathematics & Statistics - 1st equal

Michael has also been awarded the academic Form class award.

Zoe McConnell

Michael Scanlan

The Nutcracker Ballet

on Friday 23 of November, a group of Year 9 and 10 students attended a performance of the

Nutcracker at the Isaac Theatre Royal. We were lucky enough to be invited to this and we all loved

it. We had a great time experiencing this live ballet and didn’t want it to end.congratulations to our

Year 9 student Kiara clark who is dancing in the Nutcracker. We are very proud of your achievement.

congratulations to our Year 9 student Kiara clark who is dancing

in the Nutcracker. We are very proud of your achievement.

Kiara Clark

Mairehau High School, Hills Road, Christchurch P. 385 3145 F. 385 3143 admin@mairehau.school.nz www.mairehau.school.nz


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News

Fun take on TV show raises

funds for Dementia Canterbury

A FUN revival of an iconic New

Zealand game show has seen

about $100 raised for Dementia

Canterbury.

The Wainoni Avonside

Community Services Trust

recently held its own version of

It’s in the Bag as part of its 2018

fun events.

It’s in the

Bag was a

long-running

New Zealand

radio and,

later, television

game show,

screened on

TVNZ and

was hosted and

Selwyn

Toogood

directed by the

late Selwyn

Toogood until

the 1980s.

The show started on radio in

1954 before a television version

of the show was developed in the

1970s.

After Toogood retired, former

news presenter John Hawkesby

took over hosting.

The show discontinued in

1990 but returned for a final

season in 1992 and was hosted

by Nick Tansley.

During the show, each contestant

would be called onto the

BY HOKEY: Participant Fred Killock deciding whether he

will take the “ money or the bag” in the Wainoni Avonside

Community Services Trust’s annual fundraiser for Dementia

Canterbury. Mr Killock chose the bag and won lavender body

butter. ​

stage and asked three relatively

easy questions.

If all three questions were answered

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had the chance to play for “the

money or the bag”. The contestant

would first be asked to select

one of 30 different bags.

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DUMPING

Maiyah gets a star

THE GREATEST gift Maiyah

Martin could receive for

Christmas is to know people

in need have the necessities to

get by.

With the help of her mum

Donna and younger brother

M.J, Maiyah, 8, has been doing

her bit to fundraise for the City

Mission by selling baking at

food markets.

Her services were recognised

when she was presented with a

star by the City Mission as part

of its Walk of Stars pathway

which runs along Oxford Tce.

All of the proceeds from

her baking have gone towards

buying pamper packs full of

toiletries to donate to the City

Mission.

Maiyah’s mission is

documented on her Facebook

page, Girl With Cake Projects,

which has more than 300

Facebook likes.

The pathway displays the

names of people who have

made significant contributions

to the City Mission’s cause.

GENEROUS: Maiyah Martin

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City Mission’s Walk of Stars.

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BACK IN TIME: Maisy Meier, Maddison McKay and Nicole

Dooley. ​

Marian students

experience colonial life

MARIAN COLLEGE students

have taken a step back in time

to experience early colonial

life.

Eighty year 10 students

spent the day out at Ferrymead

Heritage Park recently as part

of their social studies course.

Students took part in an

Amazing Race challenge and

Christmas activities including

making decorations and baking.

The school’s head of social

sciences Anna Perry said

the students “loved” visiting

the park – especially getting

dressed up for the day.

DRESSED UP: Olivia Tippen

and Lily Armstrong.

Videos successful for pupils

CREATIVE DIGITAL videos by

Rawhiti School pupils to promote

cyber awareness have been

recognised with top awards in a

national digital competition.

The schools’ year 7 and 8 digi

group won awards at the movies

and digital excellence awards

for two adverts they designed to

advocate for children being cyber

smart.

The awards attracted nearly

500 entries from primary and

intermediate schools across the

country.

The two digital videos designed

by the year 7 and 8 pupils

were The Pass-Bot (passwords

are like underpants) and Digital

Footprints.

The Pass-Bot aimed to teach

children about making “strong”

passwords.

It used the analogy passwords

are like underpants – with the

message not share them with

friends or strangers and change

them regularly.

The video came first in the

in the commercial year 7 and 8

category of the awards.

Their second entry Digital

Footprints, which aims to teach

children that what they post,

comment and how they behave

on the internet, can impact others

and their future.

The school’s year 7 and 8 pupils

were not the only to achieve a

top award with the school’s year

3 pupils winning the interface

documentary year 1 and 3

category for their movie entry of

ACHIEVEMENT: Rawhiti School’s year 7 and 8 Digi Group won

two top awards.

CLEVER: Year 3 pupils won the interface documentary year 1

and 3 category. ​

The Beebot’s Adventure.

The documentary showed

how year 3 pupils designed and

made roads for toy robots called

Beebots and named the places

they could visit. The pupils also

designed wagons for the Beebots

as part of the project.

It’s our

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Toyota Estima Van

Wheelchair

1997 Toyota Cynos

$6,500

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$11,900

ID 25288

$115

ID 25143

$2,000

ID 25517

$175

ID 25389

$4,500

ID 15261

Large Basket

Set of 3 Frying Pans

1996 Mazda 626

Cross Stitch Frame

2008 Kia Sorento

Free-standing Oven

$70

ID 25412

$20

ID 25594

$3,000

ID 24943

$30

ID 24639

$12,990

ID 23236

$2,000

ID 24963

Garden Shredder

2002 Nissan Vanette

PLATZ GNOM 41 Motorised Knapsack Sprayer

Frame Tent

Dining Table, 6 Chairs

Bailey Pegasus Caravan

$2,200

ID 25580

$8,500

ID 25576

$100

ID 25584

$650

ID 25564

$300

ID 25563

$42,000

ID 25567

Avanti Barracuda Mountain Bike

2011 Ford Falcon G6E

Brother Printer

Ski Rack System

Motor Boat

Project Bags

$250

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$20,990

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$50

ID 13953

$100

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$8,000

ID 24436

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PURRFECT

CHRISTMAS:

Go along to the

Shirley Library and

Aranui Library for

Operation Santa

Email georgia.oconnor@starmedia.kiwi

Paws. Create and

by 5pm each Wednesday

wrap up a special

gift for your cat or

JP Clinic at Shirley Library Christmas Cards and Craft

dog to put under

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

Wednesday, 10–11am

your Christmas

A justice of the peace will be Have fun creating Christmas

tree this year.

available to members of the community,

to witness signatures ones this festive season. Free, no

be held at the

cards and crafts for your loved

The event will

and documents, certify document

copies, hear oaths, declara-

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

on Tuesday,

bookings required.

Shirley Library

tions, affidavits or affirmations as Rd (by the Palms Mall)

10am-11am and

well as sign citizenship, sponsorship

or rates rebates applications.

36 Marshland

Friday, 2-3pm at

No charge.

Rd (by the Palms

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Mall) and the

Rd

Aranui Library on

Wednesday 2-3pm

at 109 Aldershot

St. ​

Reading to Dogs

Tuesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Designed to provide a relaxed,

non-threatening atmosphere

which encourages children

to practise their reading skills

and develop a love of reading.

The programme uses dogs who

are pets of the city council’s

animal management team.

These furry friends have all

been trained and tested for

health, safety and temperament.

The dogs can increase a child’s

relaxation while reading, listen

attentively, do not laugh, judge

or criticise, allow children to

proceed at their own pace, can

be less intimidating than a

child’s peers. Library staff and a

dog handler will be present at all

times to help facilitate the sessions.

Sessions are 15min.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd (by the Palms Mall)

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

Christmas in the Library

Thursday, 2-3pm

A Christmas celebration for all

newcomers to the Shirley area.

Everyone welcome. Please bring

a plate to share and go along for

some Christmas cheer.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd (by the Palms Mall)

Shirley Library

Book Discussion Group

Thursday, 6-7pm

Shirley Library Book

Discussion Group with

Roberta and Karen. For those

who love reading and want

to share in discussion with

other friendly book lovers. The

group subscribes to the Book

Discussion Scheme so there is a

cost involved.

36 Marshland Rd (by the Palms

Mall)

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

Golden Oldies Movie

Screening

Monday 1.30pm

Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire

star in Holiday Inn, a 1942 musical.

Running time is 1hr 40min.

Arrive early for a cuppa and a

chat. $2 donation.

New Brighton Museum, cnr of

Hardy St and Seaview Rd

Age Concern Steady As You

Go Class

Tuesday, 10am

Due to popular demand, Age

Concern has started an additional

SAYGo Class (Steady As You

Go) class. The classes are especially

designed to help you not

to fall. Just go along, no need to

book.

Parkview Community Lounge,

75 Queenspark Drive

New Brighton on Black

Runs all day (9am-6pm)

throughout the week

Go along to a photo exhibition

at the library. It will feature a

series of partial images merged

onto a black background, taken

in and around New Brighton

over the last couple of years by

Viv Read. Viv describes himself

as a Welshman and part-time

local with a Panasonic pointand-shoot

camera that fits in his

pocket.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde

You can make a child’s

Christmas a little brighter

Every year, tens of thousands of women and children seek help

from Women’s Refuge. This season, you can make a child’s

Christmas a little brighter. Donate a gift for a child by dropping

it off at your local Bunnings store by 21 December.

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FOCUS ON HEALTH

Dilo Oil – The Remarkable

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Until Rachel

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BEAUTY” Dilo Oil was

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one of the best-kept secrets of

the Pacific Islands. It may however

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skin regeneration, anti-aging and healing

properties.

According to ethnobotanist Chris

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Oil is a powerful skin regenerator as

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in promoting the regeneration and

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As well as this, Dilo Oil has potent

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for which it is considered helpful include

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scars, pimples, blemishes, stretch marks,

wrinkles, blisters, burns (including chemical

and radiation), diabetic sores, rashes, shaving

irritation, dry or scaly skin, eczema, psoriasis,

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Many beauty and skincare products

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even contribute to disease. Generally

the benefits are exaggerated and often

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Polynesians and Southeast Asians

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• By Georgia O’Co nor-Harding

GREENDALE SCHOOL pupils

have taken a step back in time,

s eing first hand what men and

horses l oked like during war.

The New Zealand Mounted

Rifles Charitable Trust president

Mark A pleton and member

Mike Donaldson t ok their

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Rebuilding a healthy

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Community board chairman

stays true to his word

• By Sophie Cornish

day before the competition festival as he was a very a complished

musician,” head of music The band dedicated its se to

competition in Tauranga.

began.

THE ST Andrew’s Co lege big “Tom was a ba s player from Duncan Ferguson said.

band had extra incentive to

• By Georgia

Tom,

O’Co nor-Harding

who died while on his way

Cashmere High Sch ol who was “We were delighted to win, but to Cashmere High on March 27.

win a the National Youth Ja z playing with our big band this it was bi tersw et,” he said. A CRACKDOWN His death on mobile was po sibly related to

Competition – ba s player, Tom year. He had a strong chance of St Andrew’s won the traders most acro s a the medical districts event. could

Fastier, co lapsed and died the winning best ba s player a the outstanding big band title be laoming.

the •Turn to page 9

However, the public has li tle

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

Places Bylaw and Policy on Commercial

Activities and Events in

Public Places.

A hearing is scheduled to be

held on Thursday.

The bylaw comes as an increasing

number of mobile traders

are s eking to operate in Selwyn,

especia ly during the summer

months.

In the past year, the district

council has received five inquiries

in a bid to educate pupils on the to the Gr endale Recreation Reserve

Management Commi t e’s But he said the presentation on private or public land.

War 1 and World War 2.

sacrifice their ancestors made in

World War 1 and World War 2. upcoming Anzac Day service. didn’t go into t o much detail A report said there are two

Mr A pleton and Mr Donaldson

a rived a the sch ol dre sed

te l” to make them aware of what coff e cart is parked beside the

and was more of a “show and str et operators in Darfield, a

in World War 1 uniforms while

the soldiers l oked like.

railway in Ro leston, and a pi za

their horses Tommy and Kruze

Children were shown the type

wore 1 0-year-old sa dles donated

to the trust.

wear in the war.

f od truck.

of kits horses were required to September-May along with a Thai

The presentation is a prelude wen through during World •Turn to page 7

•Turn to page 7

• By Gordon Findlater

DEAN CALVERT (above)

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• By Emily O’Co ne l

It was the firs time Mr Garth met in Auckland o pose every the two planned qua Mr ry Garth near hopes to own a

had competed in the cha lenge months for lengthy w ekend butcher shop of his own someday

told but the says for now he wi l fo-

A WOOLSTON butcher proved and he was “rea ly proud” of

Mayor Lianne Dalziel

to be a cut above the rest in an how the team performed.

Mr Garth, who board has on b en Thursday a it cus had on the geokay

ting more experience

international competition. “We produced some top quality

products and came away competition brought submi back sion his if Fulton Hogan “In two a plies years’ time, we’ l be

butcher for 14 years, from the said city the council and to make on the a 2020 cha lenge.

New World Fe ry Rd butcher

Jeremy Garth and his team, the with a good result so we’re very pa sion for the for job. a resource consen going to create back a to try and win the

Pure South Sharp Blacks, recently

came second a the World The preparation for this year’s m eting new people, Board s eing chairman new Mike UMora

per Ri carton butcher Co-

“Doing a l this stuff and

Butchers’ Cha lenge in Northern World Butchers’ Cha lenge was ideas, it just brings told that Western flair News the rey submi Winder sion was part of the Pure

intense as the team members back for you,” he would said. likely o pose Fulton South Sharp Ho-

Blacks team.

“You can just about guarant e

it . because we [the community

board] don’t believe qua ries

should be so close to residential

Mr Mora said he wasn’t sure if

• By Emily O’Co ne l

Pure South Sharp Blacks, which every two months for lengthy

the city council would endorse the

includes W olston butcher w ekend practices. Mr Winder “Those guys over there

board’s submi sion.

AN U PER Ri carton butcher Jeremy Garth, finished second said coming second against 1 [Australia] are on top of their “I’d like to think so because the

has proven himself to be a cut in the competition.

other countries was a “fantastic” game, they do a g od job,” he city council has had their eyes

above his Au sie rivals at an He said the cha lenge started

open as we l over recent years over

international competition. as a “transtasman test match” “To get second behind Ireland “And it just showcases that the crysta line silica risk,” he said.

Elite Meats owner Corey

was a huge achievement and to New Zealand has got some

Mr Mora said the community

Winder was named in the a l The preparation for this be ahead of Australia is an of the best butchers in the board wi l be “representing and

star team a the World Butchers’ year’s World Butchers’ Challenge

was intense as the team

Mr Winder has b en a butcher

even bi ger thing for us,” he

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Mr Winder and his team, the members met in Auckland But Mr Winder admires the since the age of 19.

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decoration colour

schemes through to worrying

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food and bubbles.

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Anglican

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3.00pm Children’s Christmas Service

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SUNDAY 23 DECEMBER

8.00am Holy Eucharist

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7.30pm Service of 9 Lessons & Carols

MONDAY 24 DECEMBER ~

Christmas Eve

6.00pm Carol Recital by the Cathedral Choir

10.15pm Carol Singing

11.00pm The First Eucharist of

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Preacher: Dean Lawrence Kimberley

Music: The Cathedral Choir

TUESDAY 25 DECEMBER ~ Christmas

8.00am Holy Eucharist & Carols

10.00am Choral Eucharist

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Music: The Cathedral Choir

5.00pm Choral Evensong

Music: The men of the Cathedral Choir

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4pm All ages with farmyard animals

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Christmas Day

St Lukes Church

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9am Christmas Service

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10am Christmas Service

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POOL COMPETITION

EVERY SUNDAY FROM 2PM

Settlers Bar is striving to

become, with your help,

the next entertainment hub

of Christchurch, focussing

on Open Mic Nights, Jam

Sessions, Live Music

catering for most ages,

Karaoke, and other

entertainment most nights.

As we are new, we are

looking for a pool team,

social club etc.

Also having gaming

machines and are

community minded, we

would like to hear from

clubs locally, who we may

be able to offer assistance

to, or would like to run

Raffles or Fundraisers.

SPACIOUS GAMING

MACHINE LOUNGE

NEW

CHEF!

TASTY

NEW

DISHES!

KARAOKE

TALENT QUEST

GRAND

FINAL

7PM THIS THURSDAY

FRIDAY WORK

SHOUT

ENTER YOUR BIZ

CARD IN THE DRAW

AND BE IN TO WIN!

Lunch & Dinner

All you can eat, 7 days

Bookings Essential PH 386 0088

fb.com/GardenHotelRestaurant www.gardenhotel.co.nz

SERVING

HAPPY HOUR

5PM - 7PM DAILY

ON NOW UNTIL MONDAY 24 DEC

LET US TAKE CARE OF YOUR

CHRISTMAS PARTY

LUNCH

MON - FRI $24.50

SAT - SUN $25.50

DINNER

MON - THU $31.50

FRI - SUN $33.50

*SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNT AVAILABLE

OUR CABINET ITEMS

ARE HOMEMADE

CREATED FRESH ON SITE DAILY

$12

LUNCH

SPECIALS

Live Music:

5.30PM.SAT 22 DEC

COFFEE

HAPPY

H O U R

2PM-4PM

DAILY

THE GARDEN HOTEL COMPLEX | 110 MARSHLAND RD

www.gardenhotel.co.nz | phone 385 3132

$3.50

Offer available for a limited time

and includes tea, hot chocolate

MON: ROAST MEAL

TUE: FISH & CHIPS

WED: FISH BURGER

THU: ROAST MEAL

SAT: FISH & CHIPS

AVAILABLE

FROM

11.30AM-2PM

FOR A

LIMITED TIME

DnD Duo

Jojo & Mark

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

HOLIDAY TRADING HOURS

The Buffet Restaurant is closed from

Boxing Day (26 Dec 18)

and reopens on Friday 4th Jan 2019.

GBC will be operating limited hours

(9am - 4pm) from Friday 28th Dec

to New Years Eve; and closed

Tue 1st to Thu 3rd Jan 2019.

We will resume normal business hours from Friday 4th Jan 2019.

We wish everyone a very happy holiday and look forward to seeing you all in the New Year.

1060 Ferry Rd, Ferrymead | p. 03 376 4448 | e. settlersbarcafe@outlook.co.nz

What’s On

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS

MEMBERS LUCKY CARD DRAW

NEW YEARS EVE

MONDAY 31st DEC, 7.30PM

GAME OF TONES

PIERVIEW

RESTAURANT

UPSTAIRS

Open from

5.30pm Fri, Sat,

Sun, and Sunday Brunch

from 10.30am to 2pm.

SUNDAY NIGHT

BUFFET $25

Sunday 30th Dec

NEW YEARS EVE

GRILL & SALAD BAR

$25

Monday 31st Dec

CLUB

BISTRO

DOWNSTAIRS

Open Tues to Sat

12pm - 2pm &

from 5pm

BISTRO ROAST

SPECIAL

Tuesday - Thursday

Dine in only

$12

GAMING ROOM - TAB POD

202 Marine Pde | Ph 388 9416

www.newbrightonclub.co.nz

Members, guests & affiliates welcome

|Cafe | Bar

| Restaurant

H ORNBY

WORKINGMEN’S

CLUB

LIVE MUSIC

SATURDAY 7PM:

REMINISCE WITH

ANTHONY

FAMILY FRIENDLY DINING

Club Café Special

Save the date for

the final

CLUB CAFÉ

CUISINE NIGHT!

Join us for the last of our exciting

Cuisine Nights.

Available for dinner JUST $17.

We’ve got all the ingredients for a

great night at the CLUB CAFÉ

The Hornby Club | ph 03 349 9026

17 Carmen Rd | Hornby

www.hornbywmc.co.nz

Members, guests & affiliates welcome


24 Tuesday December 18 2018

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IN-STORE NOW!

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