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• By Sophie Cornish

AS A CHILD Jake Bailey was not

the sporting type.

But at 21-years-old, he is taking

on the Coast to Coast next

month.

The cancer survivor made

international headlines in 2015

with his gripping speech about

his shock diagnosis as head boy

of Christchurch Boys’ High

School.

Mr Bailey was told he had two

weeks to live after finding out

he had Burkitt’s Non-Hodgkins

Lymphoma, the fastest growing

cancer known to man.

During the Coast to Coast he

will tackle the 160km cycle part

of the event over two days, in a

team with two old school friends,

who will take on the kayak and

run legs.

Since beating his cancer and

announcing he was in remission

INSPIRATIONAL: Jake Bailey will be competing in the Coast to Coast after beating cancer.

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in January 2016, Mr Bailey has

been working full-time as a

public speaker. He has shared

his story and what it taught him

across almost 50 cities around

the world.

Now living on the Gold Coast,

Mr Bailey is also the author

What Cancer Taught Me and

features in the documentary The

Common Touch, which is about

his cancer journey.

He will return to Christchurch

next month to compete in

the event he calls “iconic” to

Canterbury.

As a young boy, Mr Bailey

would go with his father to watch

the end of the Coast to Coast.

But he said he “never dreamed

of taking part.”

Mr Bailey’s close call with

death has serve as his motivation

for getting into endurance sport.

“In both a practical sense,

because it minimises my risk of

relapse and makes sure my body

is fit and in an emotional, mental

and personal sense.”

He said he’s developed an

“obsession” in learning what his

body is capable of.

“Going through cancer

treatment and seeing what my

body could withstand, I have

grown a fascination with what

the body can do and putting

mind over matter and having

mental strength. That’s why

endurance sport appeals to me,

it’s a battle between your head

and your body to push yourself.”

Over the last four months,

Mr Bailey has completed

triathlon events, something

which came as a shock to him

as he could not swim more than

25m a year ago.

“I did fairly poorly,” he said.

“But I really enjoyed them.”

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A GREAT idea for the old Ascot golf

course on page 5 today.

Radio man Chris Bond wants to develop

a multi-sport training and entertainment

complex on the site.

Bondy’s plan, in a submission on the

QE II Park Master Plan, says: “Its facilities will include a 280m

driving range, batting cages for cricket, baseball and softball,

state-of-the-art swing and training simulators, a dynamic

all-weather indoor mini golf course and a thrilling eight-lane

sack slide.”

The question is, who will pay for it?

And if the master plan looks like it will drag on for years

before anything is done – like other master plans – why not

return the site to what it was: A par 3 golf course.

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Coleen Dunlop doesn’t let age get in the way of helping

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The city council gives an update on how work to upgrade the

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Civic Award for Coleen

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

COLEEN DUNLOP may be

turning 90 this year, but that

has never stopped her from

doing what she loves most –

volunteering.

After spending 17 years

with the Wainoni Avonside

Community Services Trust,

the Parklands woman has been

recognised with a Civic Award.

Mrs Dunlop is one of 12

across the city to have the award

presented to her by Mayor

Lianne Dalziel recently.

She said she was both “surprised”

and “really nervous” to

receive her award.

“I love it, I really do love it

. . . I like to do things and meet

people,” she said.

Even undergoing a triple heart

bypass surgery 18 years ago

hasn’t stopped her.

“I had no symptoms, I just

got very breathless. I was sent

in for an angiogram and then I

was sent up in Auckland. They

decided I needed my bypass,”

Mrs Dunlop said.

But she said the surgery has

not affected her since.

She was nominated for the

award by Trust co-ordinator

Betty Chapman, the trust’s

patron Margaret Austin and

chairman Rodney Routledge.

Mrs Chapman said she is the

most amazing lady, she volunteers

most days and is always

thinking of others.

Mrs Dunlop volunteers on

average about three to five hours

a day at the trust.

“She is always thinking of

other people and worrying as to

their well-being and is always

wondering what she can do for

them to help out a little,” Mrs

Chapman said.

Mrs Dunlop said she loved

meeting people and continued

to volunteer after her husband

passed away in 2004.

Mrs Chapman said when the

trust hosts Age Concern courses

or morning teas she is always the

one putting on the lunch refreshments

or morning high teas.

Mrs Dunlop also works on the

Wainoni Riverside Community

Garden and assists with the

Veggie Co-Op New Brighton

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After serving

the Wainoni

Avonside

Community

Services Trust for

17 years, Coleen

Dunlop has been

presented with a

Civic Award.

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once a week.

“I love making cups of tea and

Betty and I get on so well together.

I always tell her I am old enough

to be her mother,” she said.

Mrs Dunlop said a large joint

birthday party is planned in

September with her 29-year-old

granddaughter.

“You mustn’t look ahead

though. It is too far to look

ahead. I am a one day at a time

person,” she said.

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Police have not been able to

identify any suspects for a random

stabbing in North New Brighton.

A 45-year-old man was stabbed

on December 4 outside the Keyes

Rd dairy. He was taken to hospital

in a critical condition before

becoming stable. Originally, the

victim told police he thought the

attacker’s face was familiar but

he did not know who he was.

A police spokeswoman said on

Friday that inquiries are ongoing.

SAND DUNE FIRE

A member of the public put

out a fire at the New Brighton

beach sand dunes on Thursday

by covering it in sand. Fire and

Emergency NZ spokesman

Andrew Norris said firefighters

from the Anzac station were

called to the incident off Marine

Pde, 50m south of the New

Brighton Surf Club, about 7.40pm.

When the crew arrived, they

found a member of the public had

put the fire out using a bucket and

shovel.

INJURIES FROM CRASH

A person was taken to

Christchurch Hospital with minor

injuries following a two-car

crash on Friday morning. The

crash happened at the corner of

Guthries and Marshland Rds

about 7.15am. The site was cleared

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SPLASH: Youngsters at the South Brighton Surf Life Saving Club holiday programme make a dash to see if they have what it takes to be lifeguards.

These kids could save your life one day

• Matt Slaughter

THE NEXT generation of surf

lifesavers have been put through

their paces.

​A South Brighton Surf Life

Saving Club programme has

been teaching 40 aspiring

lifeguards the skills they need to

keep themselves and others safe

at the beach.

The school pupils are learning

some of the skills needed to save

lives and have fun while they’re

at it.

Last week, pupils got the

chance to compete in board

paddling and swimming races, as

well as test their speed and agility

on the sand.

The fun isn’t over, with

the programme continuing

this week. Club president

Rohan McNaughton said the

programme was a great way to

scout out new talent.

“They’re learning how to use

the beach in a safe way, which in

a community that’s this close to

the beach is quite important.”

He said the programme aims to

teach the pupils the skills needed

to be both good lifeguards and

good people. The best lifeguards

from the programme will now

be encouraged to take up afterschool

surf lifesaving lessons to

further their skills and one day

maybe become senior lifeguards.

STUCK IN: Dylan Cox and Taylah Pope, of New Brighton, lead

the group out during another drill at the holiday programme.

(Right) – New Brighton’s Eli Robertson charges out of the water

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Multi-sport complex mooted for Ascot

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Julia Evans

HE HELPED create one of the

biggest brands in Canterbury

radio with Si and Gary, now The

Breakfast Club producer Bondy

wants to reinstate the golfing

complex at QE II

Park.

More FM radio

producer and

Five and Under

Par Ltd owner

Chris Bond

has pitched his

Chris Bond

plan to lease the

former site of

the Ascot golf

course and driving range from

the city council to develop a

new “multi-sport training and

entertainment” complex.

“Its facilities will include a

280m driving range, batting

cages for cricket, baseball and

softball, state-of-the-art swing

and training simulators, a

dynamic all-weather indoor mini

golf course and a thrilling eight

lane sack slide,” he said in his

submission on the QE II Park

Master Plan.

The master plan is a $12

million 10-year upgrade of the

37ha space. It includes plans for

new public toilets and changing

rooms, upgraded community

WHAT REMAINS: The former site of the Ascot driving range could become a golf hub again.

centre, playground, basketball

court and disc golf course.

His proposal included a

petition with 2938 signatures.

It also has letters of support

from Sport Canterbury, 13 local

schools, New Zealand Golf,

Canterbury Golf, Christchurch

School of Gymnastics, Waimairi

and Rawhiti golf clubs and the

North Beach and Northshore

residents’ associations.

“The complex will feature a

range of facilities and activities,

strategically selected to fill a gap

in the current market and to

complement rather than compete

with other facilities in the area,”

Mr Bond said.

“In fact, this site is so well

suited to being a driving range,

it’s what used to be there.”

The Ascot golf course and

driving range was closed after

suffering significant damage

in the February 22, 2011,

earthquake.

The building was demolished

in 2012.

“We understand that the site

was impacted by liquefaction in

the 2010/2011 earthquakes, but

initial Geotech advice indicates

that with the appropriate

foundations, this site would still

be suitable for building on,” he

said.

City council head of recreation,

sports and events Nigel Cox said

staff had met with Mr Bond over

his proposal three times last year.

“The draft QE II Park Master

Plan that was consulted on in

2018 did not include allocation

of space for commercial

development,” he said.

However, it could be included

in the final plan if approved by

the city council’s hearings panel.

Mr Bond will speak to the

panel on Monday before a

decision is made.

Bid to stop $1m QE II toilet block

• By Matt Slaughter

A BID WILL be made this

week to scuttle plans for a $1

million toilet block and

changing room at Queen

Elizabeth II Park.

City councillor Glenn

Livingstone says the

cost for the planned

200 sq m building is too

extravagant.

He said a less expensive

building should

be constructed and the

money saved from it

spent elsewhere.

Glenn

Livingstone

“You can build a good house

for $350,000, which includes the

infrastructure, sewage and water,

so I’m not sure what they

have in mind for $1 million,”

he said.

The master plan is before

a city council hearings

panel which will

make a recommendation

about the plan to the full

city council.

Cr Livingstone, who

is on the panel, said he

would voice his concerns

at the hearing.

Cr David East, who represents

the Coastal Ward, said he

couldn’t comment because he

was on the hearings panel.

But Cr Jamie Gough agreed

with Cr Livingstone: “It sounds

like an extraordinary amount of

money. So it does make you question

the value of that.”

The $12 million in the Master

Plan will go towards the construction

and repair of sporting

facilities that were lost and damaged

in the earthquakes, a new

playground and a community

centre upgrade.

Jamie Gough

He could not understand why

$1 million of that would be for

toilets and changing block.

City council head of

recreation, sports and

events Nigel Cox said

the $1 million budgeted

for the toilet and

changing room block

was an estimate.

The 200 sq m building

would have four

changing rooms with

showers and toilets,

a referees’ changing

room, storage, public toilets, provision

of services and landscaping

including paving, vegetation,

seating, a drinking fountain and

cycle stands.

Mr Cox said $1 million

was seen as the necessary

amount to build a toilet

and changing room facility

that would stand the test

of time.

“Sport change facilities

are high use and built to

a high specification to

ensure longevity and

vandal resistance,” Mr

Cox said.

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Facebook a tool for police

Gary Knight responds to

an article on speeding in

New Brighton.

GIVEN THE volume of

speeding tickets issued in and

around the eastern suburbs

in the pre-Christmas period,

the instigation of checkpoints

was a pro-active step. Their

continuation to help combat

such offences as driving while

using a cell phone, not wearing

a seat belt and drink driving is

commendable.

However, additional factors

just as detrimental to road

safety include driving while

applying cosmetics, lighting

and extinguishing cigarettes,

selecting music, unfoiling

takeaway foods, paperwork

entries and child chastisement.

Within this context, these

instances when encountered

should attract similar instant

fines and demerit points to

create an overall balance in

the interests of road safety

awareness.

New Brighton

Bin Inn owner

Nikki Griffin

says the

community can

become better

connected

with the police

through social media

IF YOU look at posts on

community Facebook pages

over the holiday season, you see

post after post about break-ins,

vandalism, thefts, burglaries,

video footage of late night

wanders and cars being stolen.

These posts are normally

backed by photos, asking for the

names of the offenders.

It would seem that Facebook

pages have become the new

police.

We are now more aware of

crimes due to these posts and

they are not just limited to

communities on the city’s east

side. This is happening all over

the city.

Often these posts start out

with negative comments that are

turned into an active discussion,

with some good outcomes for our

community in terms of wanting

to work together and with the

police to lower crime.

Over the Christmas period, I

have noticed more police walking

the beat and being met with a

positive response by people in the

New Brighton business area.

It is great to see people stopping

to have a chat with the police.

There seems to be a lot of

frustration around the opening

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I believe a few simple things

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including updates on staff

changes through our own local

police Facebook page.

The page could also be used

to inform locals about the areas

with an increase in petty crime

and what people need to do to

keep themselves safe.

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say the New

Brighton police

could use a

local Facebook

page to let the

community

know what’s

going on in the

area.

With so many people

now using social media as

their main form of getting

information, is this an

opportunity for police and

communities to become better

connected and work together for

the benefit of all?

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What it takes to remove the chlorine

Fire rages, homes at risk

With the

clock ticking

on the city

council’s

self-imposed

deadline

to end

temporary

chlorination of the

water supply within

12 months, water

supply improvement

programme manager

Helen Beaumont gives

an update on how the

work is tracking

IT HAS been a year since the city

council voted to temporarily add

chlorine to the drinking water

supply in response to advice from

the Canterbury Medical Officer

of Health.

Over the past few months we

have made significant progress

on upgrading the wells that

supply our water so that we

can get back to having an

unchlorinated water supply.

To date we have upgraded

25 per cent of our wells – by

volume of water produced – to

bring them up to a standard

that exceeds the present

requirements.

We’ve set the bar higher than

required because we anticipate

that more stringent standards

will be introduced by the

Government shortly.

Upgrading each well takes

between two and six weeks and

we can only work on a limited

number of wells at any one time

because we still to need supply

water to homes and businesses.

We have been running a water

conservation campaign asking

people to use less water so we can

continue work on the wells and

we really appreciate the efforts

people have been making.

Our data shows average water

use to date is well below the

summer averages for the past two

years. If that keeps up we should

be able to continue with the well

remediation work as planned.

By May we expect to have

completed interim upgrades on

19 below-ground wells and raised

another 41 wells above ground,

bringing the total number of

secure wells to 98.

Those wells collectively provide

more than 60 per cent of the

city’s water supply.

If we upgrade those wells

as planned, we should

have a sufficient volume of

unchlorinated water to supply

the city over the winter months

when we use about 50 per cent

less water than we do in the

summer.

However, even after doing this

work, providing chlorine-free

water to everyone in every part of

the city remains a challenge.

The water supply is delivered

through nine discrete zones.

The central zone is our biggest

water zone and supplies water to

42 per cent of the population. It

is the oldest part of the city and

where we have the most wells

that need to be raised above

ground.

There is high demand for water

relative to the available capacity

in this zone and, therefore, very

little excess capacity. This makes

it difficult to do the necessary

upgrades.

To address the challenge in

the central zone, in addition

to the interim upgrades on

below-ground wells, we are also

working to install ultra violet

treatment at the main pump

station.

The main pump station is the

biggest supplier of water to the

central zone, and we are working

with the contractor on ways that

the installation can be sped up

so water can be treated with UV

instead of chlorine at this site.

We are also looking at whether

we can transfer water across zone

boundaries.

There are technical challenges

because of the different pressure

levels in some of the zones.

However, it may be possible

for us to use some of the pump

stations on the boundaries of the

central zone to push untreated

water into that area.

In addition, we are

investigating whether we can

make use of two private wells on

the Metro Sports Facility site.

They tap into deep aquifers

and were originally drilled for a

ground-source heat pump that is

no longer required.

They may be suitable to supply

potable water to homes and

businesses in the central zone.

We are confident that seven of

the nine city supply zones will be

chlorine free by May this year.

It is likely that we will have

sufficient water from secure wells

in the Ferrymead zone, and we

are doing further modelling of

water supply options and looking

at opportunities to fast track

works in the central zone.

In the meantime, we are also

looking at how we can reduce the

amount of chlorine in the water.

At the pump stations where

the chlorine has two minutes to

react with the water and disinfect

it before it reaches the first

consumer we have been able to

halve the dose of chlorine.

We are now looking at whether

we can re-route the water at some

of the other pump stations so we

can give the chlorine a longer

time to do its job before it reaches

the first consumer.

For example, if we can send the

water around the block before

it reaches people’s homes, there

may be other pump stations

where we can also reduce the

dose.

Each pump station has

between one and six wells

supplying it. Where some wells

are remediated and some are not,

we have to chlorinate all of the

water unless we can isolate

the wells that haven’t been

remediated.

We can only do that when the

demand for water is low.

When there are periods of

low demand we aim to only use

pump stations without chlorine.

It is only when absolutely

necessary, as water demand

rises, that we bring the

chlorinated pump stations into

service.

We all want the chlorine out

of our water and we are working

hard to ensure we can have an

unchlorinated water supply as

soon as possible.

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Edgeware Pool

group needs

$20k for

feasibility study

FINDING $20,000 to pay

for a feasibility study into the

Edgeware Pool is a new priority

for the community group behind

the project.

The St Albans Pavilion and

Pool Group is using a Givealittle

page to raise money for the study,

which will assess the practicality

of the pool’s designs and whether

it will be enough of an asset to

the community. After the study,

the group can apply to major

charitable funders for money to

build the pool.

In 2016, the city council sold

the land for the Edgeware Pool to

the St Albans Pavilion and Pool

Group for $1. The council said it

would commit $1.25 million if

the group can raise the rest of the

$5 million cost. So far, more than

$150,000 has been raised for the

project.

“The support has been fantastic

from the community. It will be a

fantastic facility as we are a growing

suburb,” said community

member Lynne O’Keefe.

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TRANSFORMATION: A sketch of how the Pleasant Point Yacht Club will look when its new buildings are shifted on site.

New rooms on way for yacht club

• By Matt Slaughter

A SIX-YEAR wait for new

clubrooms at Pleasant Point

Yacht Club could be over by

April.

The club has been operating

out of five makeshift containers

since 2013.

After receiving building

consent in October, it has now

started to make preparations

to move two buildings from

Canterbury University’s

Kirkwood Village block onto its

site at South New Brighton Park.

Pleasant Point Yacht

Club publicity officer Nigel

Humphreys said once the

buildings were shifted and

renovated, the club would once

again have fully functional

clubrooms and a separate toilet

and shower block.

Mr Humphreys said this

would be a huge change from

the containers it is operating

out of currently, which were

predominantly only used for

storage.

“At the moment, we don’t

have any showers, any hot water,

any power, any facilities or any

toilets.”

“Once we have this in place,

we will finally have some decent

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deserve.”

Mr Humphreys said the

project would cost about

$800,000 by the time it has been

completed.

He said Pleasant Point

Yacht Club still needs

about$120,000 to make the new

clubrooms a reality and it is

looking into ways to raise the

money.

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SKILL: Enjoy

a day out in

Hagley Park

and watch

the polo

ponies and

their riders

competing.

Big turnout expected

for Hagley Park polo

• By Louis Day

TICKETS ARE selling fast for

the Armstrong Prestige Hagley

Park Polo Classic on Sunday.

Director Jimmy Wood said

he hoped the event would

receive the same support as

last year.

“THe crowds last year gave us

goosebumps, we hope they all

return this year. You don’t need

to play or even ride a horse to

enjoy the day – it’s about being

with friends and enjoying the

beautiful surroundings.”

THere will be a champagne

lawn which will feature oysters

and bubbles provided by Louis

Champagne and Oyster Bar.

Tickets for the champagne

lawn are $55 and are selling out

fast, there are also only two VIP

tables left.

THe gates will open at 11.30am

and the first game, a play-off for

third and fourth place will begin

at 12.30pm, followed by the final

at 3pm.

Family team Waireka, which

is made up of Roddy Wood and

his three sons, Charlie, Jimmy

and Henry, will be competing

against Style Magazine, Bayleys

Realty Group and Louis

Champagne and Oyster Bar.

Bugs under the spotlight

A NEW STUDY will shine some

light on insects in the red zone.

National Institute of Water and

Atmospheric Research freshwater

ecologist Michelle Greenwood is

investigating how a change in

the colour spectrum of street

lights could be affecting the

insects that live in and near

freshwater.

Street lights in Christchurch

and around New Zealand are

being converted from mostly

high pressure sodium lights,

which emit a yellowish light, to

more cost-effective, low energy,

light-emitting diodes with a bluer

light.

The city council is changing

38,000 street lights to LED lamps.

It estimates the move will save

$32 million in operational and

maintenance costs over 20 years.

Dr Greenwood said insects

are indicators of the health of

urban waterways, but little is

known about how the switch to

LEDs will affect them. If their

behaviour is altered, it could have

a flow-on effect for other plants

and animals.

“A lot of insects are more

sensitive to the blue end of the

colour spectrum, which means

they could be more attracted to

the new street lights.

If they are attracted to light,

INVESTIGATION: NIWA freshwater ecologist Michelle

Greenwood is investigating the impact of LED lights on insects

like caddisflies (inset) in the red zone.

PHOTO: NIWA

they are attracted away from

normal activities.

They might just fly around and

around the light until they’re

exhausted and die.”

Dr Greenwood will observe

insects, such as caddisflies, flies

and midges, emerging from the

Avon River in the red zone, as

well as other urban waterways, to

see how they behave around the

lights.

“The Avon is tidal so it may

mean that there are different

responses at different locations,

so we are hoping a pilot study

this summer will guide further

trials later in the project,” she

said.

The first pilot test will see

sheets of clear Perspex coated in a

sticky substance mounted next to

the light to catch insects.

These will be replaced daily.

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Call for more dolphin monitors in port

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Louis Day

A MARINE biologist has

criticised the Lyttelton Port

Company’s use of a single

observer to monitor Hector’s

dolphins in the harbour.

LPC is currently piling for

its new cruise ship berth. It has

promised

to cease all

pile driving

activity

when

Hector’s

dolphins

come within

450m of the

Liz Slooten

berth.

However,

Otago

University marine biology

professor Liz Slooten said the

majority of dolphins are likely

to be undetected by a single

observer.

“With one person looking,

you are only going to see a small

fraction of the dolphins that are

out there.”

Prof Slooten said this could

cause a lot of dolphins to be

vulnerable to hearing loss.

“They use sound for everything

– that’s why people often say a

deaf dolphin is a dead dolphin.”

Prof Slooten said the size of the

safety zone also makes it difficult

to detect the dolphins.

“The probability of detecting

Hector’s dolphins drops quite

significantly with distance,” she

said.

“At about 100m you only

see about 60 per cent (of the

dolphins), and about 200m you

only see a third, and at 400m you

would only see about 14 per cent

of the dolphins.”

LPC strategic engagement

manager Phil De Joux said he is

confident its current plan will

mitigate the impacts of piling on

the dolphins.

“We have worked at putting

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Perfect camping trip at South Brighton

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Matt Slaughter

A FAMILY with a long history

of holidaying at South Brighton

was back this year for the camp’s

busiest season.

Camper Scott Rushton said he

had been spending the festive

season at the South Brighton

Holiday Park since 1998, as it had

been one of his mum’s favourite

spots.

It had since become a favourite

for his family and he said it was

great to see the park full with

campers after an uncertain

couple of years.

Mr Rushton continued to camp

at the park after the earthquakes

left it with limited facilities

because he wanted to show his

support in difficult times.

Park owner Sam Hawkins said

when he and his wife Jacquie

bought the park in 2017 they

were faced with a huge job to fix

damage from the earthquakes.

But the repairs have been made

and after a quiet couple of years,

Mr Hawkins said the number of

campers at the park had doubled

this season compared to the

last Christmas and New Year’s

period.

“We had to close the park three

times over new year because it

was at capacity.”

Though Mr Rushton and his

LOYAL: Scott Rushton and his family (above) spent the festive

season at South Brighton Holiday Park, owned by Sam and

Jacquie Hawkins (right), when it reached capacity.

family enjoyed camping at the

park for many years, he said the

mood had been extra special

during this stay.

“They’ve brought back what

was originally so good about the

place. It’s a place to camp up and

meet people and have barbecues.”

“Its a hidden little gem, which

I don’t want to give away too

much, really.”

Mr Rushton, his wife Sarah and

their four children Olivia, Lucas,

Fleur and Maddison travelled

from Leeston and stayed in a tent

at the park over the holidays.

He said it had all the

makings of a classic Kiwi

camping trip.

“The kids loved it. We were

only going out for seven nights

and we ended up staying for 11.

The weather was great as well.”

Mr Rushton said the holiday

park had a lot to offer, which is

what kept him going back year

after year.

“I always knew what it was like

and always knew the potential it

had,” he said.

“The beach is just down the

road and it’s so sheltered that it

hardly gets any wind. It’s just

mint.”

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Philippa has been making natural horse and dog food for over

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are added along with organic minerals, rice and hemp seed oil

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MAKING A SPLASH:

New Brighton’s Kaden

McBeth, 10, is tipped

overboard by his sisters

Ava, 10, and Maia,

7, at the Jellie Park

Recreation and Sports

Centre. The family took

a dip in the pool to cool

off from the recent

heat.

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HUNTER

WATER: Rhys Steele (above) and

Gus and Max Pheloung (below)

spent a day of their holidays

paddling on a lake at The Groynes

with the Youth Alive Trust.

SLIPPERY: Taison Page (above) and Lachlan Maxwell (right) enjoyed

the waterslide at the Youth Alive Trust’s Grace Vineyard Church

holiday programme.


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by 5pm each Wednesday

JP Clinic at Shirley Library

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will

be available to members of

the community, to witness

signatures and documents,

certify document copies, hear

oaths, declarations, affidavits

or affirmations as well as sign

citizenship, sponsorship or rates

rebates applications. No charge.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Playstation 4 Tournament

Tuesday, 12-4pm

Go and test your gaming

skills these holidays. Highest

score on the day will win a prize.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde

Creative Family Time

Tuesday, 2-3pm

Go and get creative at Aranui

Library. There will be arts

and crafts, 3D colouring and

interactive games. Free and good

for all ages.

Aranui Library,109 Aldershot St

Scrabble Club

Wednesday, 1.30–3.30pm

Go along to the Scrabble

club. No obligation, just go

along when you can and join the

friendly group. All materials are

supplied. No fee.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd (by the Palms)

mBots

Thursday, 10.30am-12pm

Do you like solving puzzles?

Then go and have fun with the

friendly little mBots and have a

go at some of the challenges.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde

Technology help drop-in

sessions

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to our drop-in

sessions for help with email,

searching the internet, using

the library catalogue, eBooks,

and general computer

queries.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd (by the Palms)

For the next seven days, the work of local artist Mark Ashby will be displayed at New Brighton

Library. Mr Ashby’s art has been part of his journey to recover from a significant brain injury. He

says he uses his “distorted persona” to capture a unique view and hopes this will help others in

the same predicament. The exhibition will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,

Saturday, Sunday, Monday, 9am-6pm Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm Saturday-Sunday, at New

Brighton Library, 213 Marine Pde.

Beebots

Friday, 2–3pm

Help your Beebots find their

way around using entry-level

coding. An informal dropin

session to have a look at

how Beebots work. Free, no

bookings required.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30–3.30pm

This weekly card club is on

every Friday, just go along and

join the fun. Free, no bookings

required.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd (by the Palms Mall)

Shirley Library’s Culture

Exchange

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm

Go along and make new

friends, practice English and

learn about New Zealand and

Christchurch.

Shirley Library, 36

Marshland Rd (by the Palms

Mall)

Have a go day

Saturday, 10.30am-3.30pm

Go along to New Brighton

Library to give some new

activities a go. There will be

gardening, belly dancing, coding

and ukelele classes.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde

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

Rick Moranis and Ellen Greene

star in Little Shop of Horrors,

a 1986 musical where a nerdy

florist finds his chance for success

and romance with the help of a

giant man-eating plant which

demands to be fed. Running time

is 1hr and 42min. Arrive early for

a cuppa and a chat. $2 donation.

New Brighton Museum, cnr of

Hardy St and Seaview Rd

Holiday programme

Minecraft Game Zone

Tuesday, 10am-12pm

Minecraft Game Zone is a 3D

gaming experience that involves

creating your own virtual world

and interacting with others

online. To get the most out of

this programme, you’ll need to

have a basic understanding of

Minecraft. Book in for a twohour

session and play to your

heart’s content.

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FOCUS ON HEALTH

1 in 2 people

deficient in B12

Emerging research has shown as many as 50% of older adults and

as many as 25% of younger adults are deficient in vitamin B12.

Scientists at Rush University Medical

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in vitamin B12 to have the smallest

brain mass and the lowest scores on

tests measuring short-term memory,

concentration and brain performance.

Another study showed that older people

with higher levels of B12 in their blood

have bigger, healthier brains and score

higher on cognitive tests than those with

lower levels. Yet another recent landmark

study showed that B12 supplementation

slows the accelerated rate of brain

shrinkage and declining cognitive function.

B12 is essential for energy production, cell

health, regulation of mood and sleep cycles,

nerve health and repair, and prevention

of homocysteine a serious cardiovascular

risk factor that is known to cause damage

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increase the chances of a stroke. Harvard

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subjects in their 60’s who were low in B12.

The reason so many people lack B12

appears to be our body’s ability to absorb

it declining with age as the digestive

system becomes less efficient. Anti-reflux

medication and other drugs further reduce

B12 absorption. The good news is B12 in

the form of Methylcobalamin sublingual

tablets that are dissolved in the mouth and

thru bypassing the digestive tract have

been shown to effectively raise B12 levels in

the body.

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