Southern View: February 12, 2019

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Woolston village upgrade

plans come under fire

• By Matt Slaughter

BUSINESSES AND a community

board member are concerned after

a proposal to upgrade the Woolston

Village Centre was green-lighted.

The decision was made at a Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community

Board meeting last week and the

project will now be brought to city

council for final sign-off. The project

to transform the centre, which runs

down Ferry Rd, will result in the loss

of 14 on-street car parks.

The original 2016 Woolston Village

Centre upgrade proposal, which

did not go ahead, would have resulted

in the removal of 48 on-street

car parks.

In spite of the new plan reducing

this number, Woolston Pharmacy

owner Simon Payne said business

owners and shoppers will still be

worse off if these parks are lost.

“It is definitely negative for our

customers. It will be negative for the

whole shopping area, really.”

“If you don’t have car parks that

are convenient, then people are

just going to drive on by.” From a

pharmacy’s point of view, we get a

lot of people who are injured, immobile,

or have low mobility due to

long-term health conditions . . . it is

very inconvenient if they can’t park

nearby where they want to go.”

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IT’S THAT time of the year again – the

countdown to the City2Surf.

This year’s instalment will be the 45th

time the iconic event has been held.

Thousands upon thousands of

Cantabrians have ran, walked, skateboarded, pushed prams and

hobbled to the line over the decades.

On pages 6 and 7 today, we talk to some of the people who

will take part this year.

The City2Surf is not a race – but many do consider it that, and

that’s fine. Being first across the line is a great incentive.

For others, taking on the City2Surf can be the start or end of

a personal goal from a fitness perspective or just to say I’ve done

it. With two distances, it’s an event for everyone.

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Tuesday February 12 2019 3

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Work reflects artist’s life near the sea

• By Matt Slaughter

ARTIST JOSH O’Rourke has

lived in New Brighton all of his

life.

He loves the sea and using its

untapped potential for creativity.

Now, the 30-year-old has left

his own indelible mark on a long

stretch of wall overlooking the

beachside basketball court just

south of New Brighton Pier.

Low Pressure High Pressure

was finished in December and

represents the surf breaks and

weather patterns O’Rourke has

become so fond of in his many

years living in the area.

O’Rourke was educated at New

Brighton Catholic and Shirley

Boys’ High schools and has family

lives in the area.

He was given the go-ahead

to install his design after being

named as one of the two winners

of the SCAPE Public Art

Trust’s Re:Activate New Brighton

competition last year.

His strong connection to New

Brighton was his inspiration for

entering the competition.

“I’m pretty passionate about

seeing New Brighton do well and

doing things that are good for

the community.

“As a local artist, there are

people in the community who

know who I am, so I kind of felt

a little bit of responsibility to

FINISHED: New Brighton artist Josh O’Rourke’s work, which represents the surf and weather

patterns, has transformed the area south of the pier.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

put in an application and have it

considered.”

O’Rourke said completing

the project had been important

for both his growth as an artist

and New Brighton’s growth in

general.

“For me, it represents development

and growth in my practice.

“For the public . . . I hope that

they see that there’s been a bit

of an investment in the area in

public art and beautifying the

space.”

O’Rourke was a surfer and his

experience with topographic

weather maps to find out the size

of waves and direction of wind

inspired the design.

“I’d been toying with the idea

of the patterns of the weather

maps with some studio work and

I thought that it would be perfect

for the site because it’s so impacted

by the weather . . . with surfing,

I’m always looking at those maps

and their impact on what we’re

doing when we go out.”

The project took seven days to

complete, but it was carried out

over three weeks because of bad

weather.

It was fully funded by

SCAPE, with O’Rourke also

receiving prize money for his

winning design.

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bus burning. It was not suspicious

and no one was inside the bus at

the time of the blaze.

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so they can speak to their family

back home. The centre has had

about 10,000 visits from seafarers

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Car parking,

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concerns

•From page 1

Mr Payne said a petition to keep

the car parks, started by the pharmacy

late last year, received more

than 1000 signatures in one week.

Around Again Cycles workshop

manager Josh Boot said parking in

the area was already difficult and

losing more parks would make

things even harder.

“That’s a pretty substantial loss,

I mean we already struggle for car

parking as it is.”

Woolston Bakery owner Min Che

was also worried about losing business

if the proposal went ahead.

“We don’t want it to happen

. . . because we are going to lose

customers if there are no car parks

on the street.”

Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member Brenda

Lowe-Johnson said she has concerns

about the kauri trees which

would be planted.

“Kauris are a North Island tree,

they don’t belong to the South Island

and they don’t grow here very

well. I’m not very happy about that

either because it’s a waste of money.”

The proposal will be presented

to city council on Thursday and a

decision is expected in the next six

weeks as to whether the project will

go ahead.

Noise relief at Common Ground

• By Matt Slaughter

SOUTH NEW Brighton’s

Common Ground has become a

lot less noisy.

Six loud diesel generators were

replaced by a more sustainable

power connection box.

THe box was installed by Orion

and commissioned at a ceremony

last Thursday following concerns

from Common Ground about

the noise and fumes the

generators were creating.

Common Ground coordinator

Jane Harrison said she

wanted the space to be environmentally

and noise-friendly, but

the funds had not been available

to achieve this when it first

opened.

“We always wanted to have

electricity and we didn’t want

diesel-burning generators . . . the

cost was just going to be absolutely

prohibitive.”

Ms Harrison said Burwood

Ward city councillor Glenn Livingstone

had come together with

Orion, Safe Power and Nova

Energy to install the power box

for free.

She said this would now

ensure the surrounding environment

and residents’ ears were

looked after.

“We’ve worked really closely

with our neighbourhood and

with our immediate neighbours

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Burwood Ward city councillor Glenn Livingstone.

to make sure that everything we

do is going to just work really

positively for the community.”

The new power box will now

run the mobile food and coffee

vans, which operate on the site. ​

It has been a popular community

gathering space for residents

in the east since it was set up by

the Common Ground Collaborative.

Orion general manager

customer and stakeholder Paul

Deavoll said: “It’s great to be able

to support the South Brighton

community to create a more

sustainable hub for local people

to get together.”

City Care also donated its

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Bid to get Barnett Park crossing

• By Louis Day

REDCLIFFS residents

are calling for a pedestrian

crossing near the entrance to

Barnett Park on Main Rd.

The Redcliffs Residents’

Association

has asked the

Linwood-

Central-

Heathcote

Community

Board to

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request to city

Darrell

Latham

council for the

crossing.

There is

currently no provision for a

crossing at the entrance of the

park in the Main Rd Master

Plan.

Association secretary Pat

McIntosh said the crossing

would be essential to ensuring

the safety of pedestrians.

“Main Rd will become

significantly busier when the

Evans Pass Rd reopens and will

also be used for the port traffic,

which is not suitable for the

tunnel.”

There is only one other

pedestrian crossing in the area,

which is 240m away from the

entrance of the park.

“Barnett Park is a well-used

local facility with a pre-school,

playground, sports fields,

public toilet, dog walking and

barbecue areas and walking

tracks. Many users are likely

to want to cross the road to

use the facilities.” Linwood-

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Board member Darrell

Latham said he fully

supports the pedestrian

crossing.

“This is an issue that has

been raised previously by

multiple residents and is

certainly an issue of concern.”

Dr Latham said crossing the

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Barnett

Park on

Main Rd.

road to get into Barnett Park

without a crossing posed a

serious risk to pedestrians.

“Fifty per cent of people

who use a bus are going to

be needing to cross the road.

That area is an extremely busy

stretch of road at the best of

times.”

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Ice skaters

raise $10k for

Cure Kids

HUNDREDS OF ice skaters have

helped raise more than $10,000

for Cure Kids.

The Alpine Ice Sports Centre

donated an entire day’s takings

and donations from customers to

the child health research charity.

The money will go towards

medical research to help improve,

extend and save the lives of Kiwi

kids living with serious illnesses

and conditions.

Alpine Ice manager Finn

O’Leary said the team were

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Kids research and felt the day had

been an amazing team-building

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The event saw a record number

of customers visit the ice rink

– the highest in one day since it

first opened 33 years ago.

Cure Kids chief executive

Frances Benge said the generosity

of the Alpine Ice team was

overwhelming.

“To think Alpine Ice donated

their entire day’s takings to Cure

Kids . . . is just so heart-warming.

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SOUTHERN VIEW

These people are all up for the

Thousands will turn out

for the 45th anniversary

of the City2Surf on

March 24. Reporter

Sophie Cornish spoke

to some of the people

who have entered the

fun run

Karen Young, Somerfield

– This year’s City2Surf will be

the first ever running event Mrs

Young has participated in. In

June last year, she joined the

Energise Health and Fitness

running club and

has been training

for the 6km

event through

a 12-week

programme. Mrs

Young runs with

her club once

a week while

trying to fit in her

Karen

own training. “I

Young

think it will be

achievable (the 6km),” she said.

Mark Winsley, 49 – Mr

Winsley has tackled the 14km

City2Surf event before, but this

year he will run the 6km. That’s

because his nine-year-old son,

Felix, will be running with

him, along with his partner,

Janelle Clark. The father and

son have been “hiking around

the hills and jogging around

the parks” to prepare for the

event. Felix is not a novice when

it comes to running events,

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Mara’Fun race before, which

is part of the Christchurch

Marathon. “I took my neighbours

son to do it (City2Surf) a few

years ago – he was a bit older.

Felix watched it and said I’m

going do that papa,” said Mr

Winsley. The pair have been

training two to three times a

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week. Their training includes a

hike in the weekend and a couple

of runs accompanied by “kicking

the ball around and playing

cricket,” said Mr Winsley.

Rebecca Barrell, 44,

Spreydon – In the past Ms

Barrell has completed the Buller

Gorge Half Marathon. Now she

wants to get back into running.

Ms Barrell has set herself the goal

of completing the 14km event

this year and has been training

using the 10-week programme

offered by City2Surf. “I walk a

lot up the hills, but I wanted to

improve my running again and I

thought this was a good goal . . .

I’ve done 10km in the past, years

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2SURF

ago. I did the 6km last year with

the dog, so I thought this was a

good progression,” she said.

The registered 2nurse has been

running around Hagley Park for

her training.

CITY2SURF

Judith McInnes, 77,

Christchurch Central – Mrs

McInnes, who is retired, says her

participation in the 14km event

is “not a hardcore thing, just

for fun.” It will not be her first

time in the City2Surf, having

completed the

event six or

seven times

previously,

both walking

and jogging.

“I do both

walking and

jogging and

it’s just a

challenge.”

She goes

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jogging twice a week. She likes to

explore the Harry Ell Walkway,

Sign of the Kiwi, Sign of the

Takahe and Godley Head tracks.

“Often in the past, I have walked

with friends. A friend of mine

is walking the 6km and then we

will have a coffee afterwards,” she

said.

Josiah Beach, 30, Anna

Beach, 30, and Ezra Beach,

16, Cashmere – The trio will

take on the 14km event this year.

Husband and wife, Josiah and

Anna, have completed the event a

handful of times previously, but it

will be Ezra’s first time doing the

14km. “He’s just brought some

new running shoes especially for

it,” said his older brother Josiah,

who has run up Rapaki Track

a couple of times to prepare. “I

think I’ll really get started on

my training next month.” Mrs

Beach ran her first City2Surf in

2009, when training for a half

marathon and “never looked

back.”

Ed Hogbin, 23 – Mr Hogbin

describes himself as a “little bit

of a runner” but it will be his first

time doing the City2Surf. “A few

years back I did a half marathon

RIVALRY: Ezra, Anna and Josiah Beach. (Right) – Geoff

Sutton and Angela Penn.

and thought I’d have another

crack at one this year.” He will

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Angela Penn, 49, and

Geoff Sutton, 42 – The brother

and sister duo aren’t letting the

fact they are getting older slow

the down. The pair are running

the 6km event in the City2Surf

together.

“I’m going to be 50-years-old

soon, I might as well keep going

while I am still standing and

don’t have many injuries,” said

Mrs Penn. Back in October, the

pair ran in the Pegasus Fun Run

6km event and hope to run the

10km event at the Christchurch

Marathon in June. They are both

driven by the hope that one day

they might have grandchildren,

who they would like to be fit and

healthy for.

“It’s more about getting out

there and enjoying it. I am really

looking forward to spending

some time with my brother, it’s

good to hang out,” Mrs Penn.

Roger Comber, 70,

Woolston – Back in his youth,

Mr Comber

took part in two

half-marathons

in Ashburton and

Timaru. Now

retired from his

Roger

Comber

job as an english

teacher, he said

he has decided to

get back into running. He enjoys

running around the streets near

where he lives and often goes to

Les Mills gym to stay in shape.

“I like the City2Surf because

it is an easy distance and it’s a

popular run to take part in.”

James Ferguson, 32 – Mr

Ferguson will take on the 14km

event in the City2Surf. It will

be his first time doing the event

and he admits he’s a “first-time

runner,” opting to keep fit

through rugby

and other sport.

The event

will help him

prepare for more

running later in

the year when

he takes on the

James

Ferguson

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half marathon

and the Saint

Clair Vineyard

half marathon in Blenheim.

He is enjoying his training –

somewhat. “It’s a fair distance

the 14km, but I’ve got to get fit

somehow.”

Before and after work a couple

of times a week, Mr Ferguson

has been challenging himself to

run distances between 10km and

14km. He will accompanied by

a group of friends who will also

run in the event next month.

Pauline De Wit, 66,

Woolston – Mrs De Wit isn’t

keen to slow down anytime

soon. Previously, she has run

the 6km event in the City2Surf

but next month

she decided to

“push the boat

out” and do the

14km run. “I

felt I could have

gone further

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Pauline

De Wit

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I have seen the

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of achievement

gained from an event such as

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. . I am getting older and I want

to achieve something like this

before age takes me over.”

Mrs De Wit has been training

with her friend Jill, who she

has done the event with before.

The pair enjoy after-work walks

around the Burwood Wetlands.

“The wetlands take

approximately 40 minutes, plus

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Heathcote River.”

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News

Now

Community action on climate

change can make a difference

Fire rages, homes at risk

LEST WE FORGET: Gareth Wright, great nephew of Lieutenant

Corporal Henry Wright, Annette Sowman, great-niece of Private

Richard Stevens, Harry Marquet and his son Michael Marquet,

who are the nephew and great-nephew of Private Albert

Marquet, stand in front of the memorial gates on Wakefield Ave.

Three commemorative

crosses claimed

• By Louis Day

THE FAMILIES of three Sumner

servicemen who died during

World War 1 have claimed their

commemorative crosses.

RSAs across the country

commemorated Armistice

Day last year by displaying

crosses which commemorated

servicemen who gave their lives

during the conflict.

The Sumner Redcliffs RSA

made a cross for each of the 21

casualties from Sumner and

displayed them at the memorial

gates on Wakefield Ave.

The families of Lieutenant

Corporal Henry Wright, Private

Albert Marquet and Private

Richard Stevens claimed their

crosses.

The families shared their

thoughts and experiences,

swapping tales and showing each

other memorabilia, speculating

that their predecessors may have

met all those years ago.

However, Sumner Redcliffs

RSA president Pat Boland said

there was still work to do.

“Ideally we would like all

21 crosses reunited with their

families.”

The remaining crosses will

continue to be displayed on

Wakefield Ave and may still be

claimed by relatives.

•Phone RSA president

Pat Boland 027 333 2189.

The crosses still to be claimed:

•Trooper George Wyse Smith

•Private Robert Ash

•Private Albert Walker

Richardson

•Lieutenant

George SissmoreLavie

•Corporal Frederick William

Pilcher

•Private Roland Dalton

•Bombardier Harry Brian

Fletcher

•D’Arcy Street

•George Stringfellow

•Private Geoffrey Vincent Hill

•Trooper Montagu Clayton

•Private Alfred Victor Fitchett

•Trooper Edwin Hugh Senior

•Acting Sergeant Frank

Pardoe Hibell

•Corporal Felix H.C. Preston

•Private Charles Horace Maffey

D.O.S.

•Lieutenant Lloyd Phipps Black

•Private Albert Oliver

•Private George Gordon Hibell

Linwood-

Central-

Heathcote

Community

Board

member

and city

councillor

Sara

Templeton

talks about how important

community action is in

fighting climate change

I attended a thought-provoking

meeting in Redcliffs recently

where residents have started

the year talking about climate

change.

While some in the media see

no point in individual action and

call on regulation from above,

these residents have recognised

that individuals acting together

can make a real difference.

Organised by Dave Bryce, we

heard from Dr John Hunt about

the science and Shannon Ball

about measuring our individual

and community actions. The

information was really useful

and the discussions generated

afterwards were positive, with

residents sharing ideas and

knowledge.

Individual action matters for

many reasons – the first of which

is that it makes a difference in our

own lives, gives us hope and motivation

for the future. The next is

that our actions inspire others.

This was a key message at the

meeting – let us inspire change

in each other and make a collective

difference, not just as a

small coastal community, but let

us challenge our neighbouring

communities to do the same.

Then there’s the moral mandate

– how can we ask change of

others if we are not prepared to

do it ourselves?

This works both at a personal

level, a city level and a national

one. How can New Zealand

insist that other countries cut

their emissions when we produce

more per capita than most of

ACTION REQUIRED: The

effects of climate change are

wide-ranging.

them? While we are small, we

know that we can make a difference

in the world when we lead

the way.

If all the small nations in the

world whose emissions are under

one per cent of global emissions

simply threw their hands up and

said ‘we’re too small to make

a difference’ then 24 per cent

of the world’s emissions would

go untouched and continue to

increase.

However, the reality is that

there needs to be large scale

changes to our transport and

agricultural systems, to how we

manage water and our energy

supply – things that individuals

have no direct power to change.

Yet we can make a difference

as our leaders need a mandate to

make this change. Without the

grassroots demanding action our

councils and our Government

struggle to get changes through

against a vocal opposition. It is

here that I believe that individuals

can make the most difference

– by calling for change from

those in power and holding them

to account.

“Never doubt that a small

group of thoughtful committed

citizens can change the world.

Indeed, it is the only thing that

ever has.” – Margaret Mead

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Promising Hornets chase NRL dreams

• By Gordon Findlater

THREE PROMISING young

Halswell Hornets have uprooted

to Sydney in pursuit of their

NRL dreams.

Reuben Wilson, David Knight

and Montell Peppard all made

strong impressions during trials

with Wests Tigers

late last year and

will now spend

the year in Sydney

among the club’s

feeder ranks.

Knight, 17, has

been named in

the Tigers Laurie

Daley Cup squad,

while Peppard, 17,

has been named

in the Western

Suburbs Magpies’

SG Ball squad.

Wilson, 18, has

joined the Ryde

Eastwood Hawks

– a feeder club for

the Tigers.

“If we can open the door for

a young boy from Christchurch

or the South Island, it’s a big

plus towards the pathway,” said

former Hornets president Jeff

Whittaker.

Reuben Wilson

“The big plus for these boys

is that they’re now in an NRL

environment.”

Wilson – a fullback and

hooker – earned a number of

appearances for the Hornets’

premier side last season. His

father Walter Wilson is a former

Halswell, Canterbury and New

Zealand agegroup

player,

and has coached

the three boys at

the Hornets. He

has joined his

son in Sydney to

support him on

his journey.

“Reuben

had two trials

with the Tigers

last year. They

said he would

be strongly

considered for

their under-20s

if he was in

Sydney. That was

the catapult for us to make the

move,” said Walter.

Peppard – a back rower – only

started playing league last year

after previously playing rugby

at St Thomas of Canterbury

College.

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“Jeff [Whittaker] and I sat

down with him and his parents

and had a good chat about what

opportunity rugby league could

have for him,” said Walter.

“He’s a strong physical player

and has a great attitude.”

Knight, who is a back rower,

was introduced to league as a

12-year-old and has made his

way through the junior ranks at

the Hornets.

Knight and Peppard will

attend secondary school in

Sydney, while Wilson – who

recently finished at Christchurch

Boys’ High School – is doing

landscaping work in the

morning and training with his

club in the evenings.

STARS: David Knight and

Montell Peppard have

relocated to Sydney,

along with Reuben Wilson,

following a successful trial

with Wests Tigers.

Halswell club softballer

takes skills to the max

• By Jacob Page

MAX SARGEANT (left) is

turning the skills he learnt in

his backyard into a promising

softball career.

The 14-year-old Halswell

Softball Club player was part of

the Canterbury under-15 infield

which went undefeated at the

national championships.

He was named in the Rest

of New Zealand tournament

team, and will also trial for the

development Black Sox later in

the summer, which could lead to

a tour of Australia this year.

Max can play any infield

position but prefers second base

or short stop.

“I like how you get a lot of

balls coming your way and

you’re always in the action,” he

said.

Max has been playing softball

since he was five and has

practiced his technique in

the backyard with his dad

Peter.

He has a family pedigree with

his uncle, Michael Sands, being

a former Black Sox player in the

early 2000s.

Max also plays premier

reserves, under-23s and under-

18s for Halswell, meaning he

often has three games a week.

“It’s playing against big people

which has been difficult, but

it’s been a learning year and,

hopefully, I can put those skills

into my 18s game.

“I’d like to make the

Canterbury under-18s and keep

moving up to national squads.”

Max said he would love to

emulate his uncle and become a

second generation Black Sox.

He also wants to play at college

level overseas.

But for now, Max is just

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Email: newbrighton@snapfitness.com

www.snapfitness.com/nz/gyms/new-brighton


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Email georgia.oconnor@starmedia.kiwi

by 5pm each Wednesday

JP Clinic

Today, 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. There is no

charge for this service.

Linwood Library

Technology Help Sessions

Today, 10.30-11.30am

Get help with specific issues,

such as using email, searching

the internet, using the library

catalogue, using electronic

resources and any other general

computer-related queries. It’s

free, go along with your laptop,

tablet, smartphone or use one

of our desktop computers if you

need help with anything digital,

you must bring your own

advice.

Spreydon Library

Citizens Advice Bureau

Today, 11am-2pm

The Citizens Advice Bureau

provides free and confidential

advice to everyone. It takes

time to listen and equip you

with information, options, and

support.

Linwood Library

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10.30am-1pm

Go along to the Linwood

Library for a friendly Craft

Corner session. Take your

knitting, crochet or other

portable craft project and enjoy

time with other crafters. Have

a look at the range of books to

get ideas for your next project.

Beginners are welcome at this

free event.

Linwood Library

Creative Writing

Wednesday, 4-5.45pm

Craft, create and develop your

own work. Take along some

pens, pencils, a laptop or paper,

and any of your wonderful ideas,

stories or art projects. This is a

free event.

Linwood Library

WāKōrero/Storytimes

Thursday, 10-11am

Encourage learning through a

love for stories. Storytimes is an

interactive programme including

stories, songs, rhymes and play.

This is a free session.

Linwood Library

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-noon

Go along to the Linwood

Library to enjoy a game

of rummikub. It is a tile-based

game for two to four players that

Enjoy some Chinese traditional games and mark the Lunar New Year at Spreydon

Library on Monday, 3.30-4.30pm. Experience games, calligraphy, paper-cutting,

plate-painting and learn how to write your name using the Chinese alphabet.

combines elements of the card

game rummy and mahjong. This

is a free event.

Linwood Library

Meditation and Buddhism

classes

Thursday, 7.30-9pm

This event is a weekly drop-in

class which consists of a guided

meditation and a talk based on

Buddhist wisdom. The classes

are suitable for everyone. Join in

any week, bookings not required.

St Martin’s Community Centre,

corner of Wades Ave and Wilsons

Rd

Free Computer and Digital

Technology Classes

Monday, 10.30-12.30pm

Go along to Addington.net to

learn some new digital skills.

These friendly, social classes

will focus on a different aspect

of digital technology each week.

Phone Addington.net on 962

7244 or email info@addington.

net.nz for a schedule or to book.

1 Penbury St, Sydenham


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Tuesday February 12 2019 15

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KIDSTUFF

Cathedral Grammar Pre-School

located within the heart of the city

Our play based learning

approach supports your child

as they begin their exciting

journey as a lifelong learner.

Play, laughter and learning are essential

ingredients for a successful Pre-School

education. The crucial early years need to

be nurtured, shaped and cherished as your

child takes their first steps in education.

Cathedral Grammar Pre-School proudly

teaches the children of tomorrow, today.

At Cathedral Grammar Pre-School your

whole family is welcomed into the wider

embrace of the Grammar community

including whole school fun and functions,

services and support as well as smooth

transition to the Junior School and links to

the Prep School.

In Cathedral Grammar’s purpose built

Pre-School, taught by qualified teachers,

your child will discover by curiosity,

investigation and exploration. Our low

child/teacher ratios, ensure your child’s

quality individual and group learning.

Research states that play may be the

single most important things that humans

do. “Our play based learning approach

supports your child as they begin their

exciting journey as a lifelong learner” says

Principal Scott Thelning.

Your child will develop essential

foundations in literacy and numeracy. He

or she will enjoy the benefits of specialised

facilities, subjects and staff including Art,

Physical Education, Yoga and Chapel.

When children feel good about

themselves and their abilities, they are able

to take flight and explore, discover, take

risks and play, laugh and learn effectively

and successfully. “Self-esteem is at the core

of this development process” Thelning

says.

Being an inner city Pre-School gives

you a wonderfully easy opportunity to

engage in your child’s learning if you are

working in the CBD. Every opportunity

is taken to utilise our central city location

to extend our ‘campus’ from the Botanic

Gardens to the Canterbury Museum,

The Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o

Waiwhetu to the Christchurch Transitional

Cathedral, from Tūranga (Christchurch

central library) to the emergency services.

Every day is an open day at Cathedral

Grammar Pre-School. Contact the

school office to arrange a personal tour

on 03 365 0385. Email Scott Thelning at

principal@cathedralgrammar.school.nz

Dalton’s

Swim Schoool

Owner and operated by

Susanna and Peter, with a

team of trained instructors

Phone Susanna at Dalton’s

Swim School on 03 388 7216

44 Bowhill Road,

North New Brighton, Chch

Email daltons2013@slingshot.co.nz

www.daltonsswimschool.co.nz

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it!

Learn to swim!

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Here, it all begins

• Babies/pre-school

• School age

• Private lessons

• Holiday programmes

• Aquacise

• Pool parties

• 50+ super group

• Squads

Wharenui Swimming Club

wharenui.swimming.org.nz

73 Elizabeth St, Riccarton. Ph (03) 348 6488

Per aquam ad gloriam

“Through water to glory”

Located in the CBD and offering 20

hours ECE. Our Pre-School balances

play with stimulating young minds,

all while fostering values and instilling

good habits. Specialist art, music

and PE teachers take weekly lessons,

nurturing and extending children’s

early talents.

Let’s talk about your child’s

journey. Telephone 03 365 0385


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AUTOMOTIVE PROFESSIONALS

SOUTHERN VIEW

Panel repairs in handy,

central city location

Whether it’s a ding on your door from

the supermarket car park, or you have

been involved in a ‘fender bender’ and

need a panel or two repaired, in fact,

whatever panel and paint services you

need, the friendly team at Smart Repairs

(NZ) Limited can get the job done with

minimum fuss.

As specialists in small to medium repairs

(no job is too small!), they offer a full range

of services including panel beating, spray

painting, paintless dent removal and mag

wheel repairs and painting.

Their workshop team has over 40 years

of experience in the automotive repair

industry between them, so you can be

assured of top-quality workmanship. The

team stands behind all their repairs.

Accidents happen, but there’s no need

to panic – Smart Repairs can help you get

back on the road. They offer free advice and

assessments and are happy to discuss the

options for your vehicle repair – they want

to make it easy for customers that may be

unsure of what to do if their vehicle has

been scratched or dented.

Smart Repairs can provide estimates for

all insurance companies, and will carry out

repairs in an efficient and timely manner.

Brian, Maxine and Glenn are

Christchurch born and bred, and love

being in the city as it gets rebuilt. They are

easily located in central Christchurch – on

the corner of Lichfield Street and Fitzgerald

Avenue (Access is from Lichfield St.)

Customers can have the use of Smart

Repairs’ courtesy car while their vehicle is

being repaired. A free pick-up and delivery

service within Christchurch is also available

on request.

“We take pride in our work, and want to

ensure that our customers are happy with

the results,” Maxine says.

“Getting you back on the road is our

focus.”

EftPos and credit cards accepted. A 10

per cent discount is offered if you mention

this advertising feature.

Smart Repairs (NZ) Limited

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Tuesday February 12 2019 19

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Tuesday February 12 2019 21

REAL ESTATE

A sad farewell

1 Henley Green, Northwood

$649,000

3 bedroom | 2 bathrooms | 1 living room | 1 dining room | 2 car-garage | 1 off-street park | Listing Number: BE193223

Having purchased their next home, it is time

to say goodbye to this lovely townhouse. Located

on the corner of Glen Oaks Drive & Henley

Green, two sought after streets in Northwood,

this home will be a delight to live in.

Your privacy is assured with the classic hedge

fencing that creates a quiet oasis to enjoy your

lovely garden and patio.

Step in through the front door and choose

between a charming lounge to settle down in or

carry on down past the kitchen to your living/

dining room with its own patio to enjoy a coffee

and croissant each morning.

Upstairs you will find three double bedrooms,

the master with ensuite and the family

bathroom. All tastefully furnished - no need to

do any renovations here before you move in.

Located only a few minutes from the Airport

and with the large shopping complex opposite

Northwood you have everything you need right

on your doorstep.

The easy care garden will leave your weekends

free for hobbies, and this home would make an

ideal lock up and leave for extended holidays,

safe in the knowledge that you are in a secure

location.

Open Homes Saturday 16 February

10.45am-11.15am and Sunday 17 February

11am-11:30am. See you at the open home or

to arrange a private viewing of this property

call Debbie Pettigrew on 027 777 0411 from

Harcourts Grenadier Beckenham (Licensed

Agent REAA 2008) or phone the office on

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If you want more information about an item or to contact a

seller, visit www.postanote.co.nz and search the ID#

New Z Ray 700 Series 4.2m

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ID 26961

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ID 26930

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ID 26690

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2004 Honda Stream 2.0L

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ID 26855

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ID 26793

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Fisher & Paykel Chest Freezer

RM250 2-stroke 1996 Dirt bike

Antique Pine Armoire

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Tuesday February 12 2019 23

Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

Car Parts

To Lease

Trades & Services

Trades & Services

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TYRES Secondhand,

most szs from $30 - $70

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Waltham Road, 027 476

2404

Computer

Services

SeniorNet

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Apple tuition & help

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Apple computers, iPad,

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41 Essex Street

Mon, Wed and Fri

10am-12 Noon

Further details phone

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JUNE to AUG temps 20C

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COMPANION sought for

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Please write (include

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9051, Tower Junction,

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LAND or Paddock

wanted to lease. Long

term to store a truck

and trailer. Must be in

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Prebbleton, Rolleston etc

PH 0275 356 583

Wanted To Buy

CASH FOR

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Do you have an

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We are currently Buying

old collections in the

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our retail shop in Riccarton.

Free Appraisal and Cash

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Call Matt Power

0800 39 24 26

The Stamp Exchange

134a Riccarton Road. Opposite

the Mall carpark.

TOOLS Garden,

garage, woodworking,

mechanical, engineering,

sawbenches, lathes, cash

buyer, ph 355-2045

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buyer, ph 355-2045

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Call All Clear

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Ph: 03 260 0934

or 021 078 4553

raewynlcooke@gmail.com

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BEST BATHROOMS

full renovations

specialists, LBP builder,

free quote, all building

property maintenace ph 03

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ciey@xtra.co.nz

BRICKLAYER

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35 years bricklaying

experience. UK trained.

Insurance work. EQC

repairs. Heritage

brickwork and stonework

a speciality. No job too

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Home 329-9344, Cell

027 684 4046, email

georgelockyer@xtra.co.nz

Lawns, Gardens

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CARPET & VInYL

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uplifting, relaying,

restretching. Email

jflattery@xtra.co.nz ph

John on 0800 003 181 or

027 2407416

CARPETLAYER

35yrs experience. Special

rates for seniors. Prompt

service. Ph 021 046 0231

ELECTRICIAn

Prompt & reliable

registered electrician

with 24 years experience

for all residential and

commercial work, new

housing and switch board

replacements. Phone Chris

027 516 0669

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quotes. Ph / text Chris 021

252 1801

OUTDOOR

FURnITURE

Staining & mould

treatment. Protections

from sun & rain. Also

decks & fences. Ph

Brian 0204 529 600 or

stainup2@gmail.com

cleaning/gardening

home

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gardening

services available

throughout

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your one stop shop for home services

www.anextrapairofhands.co.nz

for a free quote

ELECTRICIANS

Professional

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Tradesmen available

for your Electrical

requirements today.

For immediate

quality service please

contact

services

Ph. 03 322 8454

www.skeltonelectrical.co.nz

PAInTER

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Comp rates. I stand by

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4348, 027 274 3541

PAInTInG

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ph Steve 021 255 7968

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ph Steve 021 255 7968

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• Glass Screen Protectors

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Phone 352-7402 or 0274-

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027 432-3822 or 351-

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visit www.featureworks.

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0275 588 895

TILER/CARPEnTER

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too small. Ph Ross 027

4311440.

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Repairs, tvs, microwaves,

audio amps, soundbars.

Aerial & satellite

installations, kitsets, 480D

Moorhouse Ave, ph 03 379

1400

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ph 03 338-1655

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SOUTHERN VIEW

Free ride home

from Sparks

We’re providing free buses to help get you home after Sparks.

Check out the map to find your best route.

ccc.govt.nz/sparks

Sparks

Saturday 16 February, 7.30–10pm

North Hagley Park



Northwood

Northwood Supa Centa

Queenspark


Burwood Hospital

Sheffield Cres

Avonhead Shopping Centre

Northlands

Merivale

The Palms



New Brighton

Twenty-eight free

buses will depart

after Sparks, buses

will leave once full

and travel the routes

marked on map

Bush Inn

Shopping Centre

University of Canterbury




Sparks



Eastgate





Westfield Riccarton

The Hub Hornby

Ferrymead




Halswell

Halswell Shops

Princess Margaret

Hospital


Harper Ave

Park Tce


Buses departing from Harper Ave

B Blue Line to Princess Margaret

Hospital and Cashmere

O Orange Line to Halswell

P Purple Line to Sheffield Crescent

Y Yellow Line to Hornby

Buses departing from Park Tce

B Blue Line to Belfast

O Orange Line to Queenspark

P Purple Line to Sumner

Y Yellow Line to New Brighton

Night Noodle

Market

Sparks

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