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David East

concerned over

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Veteran

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Bid to stop

motor bikes

hooning

along

estuary

edge and

red zone

• By Matt Slaughter

MOTOR-CYCLISTS hooning

along the Southshore estuary edge

and through popular red zone

walking tracks are putting lives in

danger.

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board deputy chairman Tim

Sintes said it is an accident

waiting to happen, but there is

currently no signage to say motorcycles

are banned in the areas.

Land Information New Zealand,

which is responsible for the

red zone, agreed motor-cycles

should not be ridden in the area.

However, Mr Sintes has been

asking LINZ to install “no motorcycle”

signage for six years and

nothing has been done.

LINZ’s Christchurch land and

property group manager Jeremy

Barr said a staff member was on

site on Friday looking at options

for installing ‘no motor-cycle’ signage.

He said LINZ will continue

its conversation with the Coastal-

Burwood Community Board.

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IT’S ONLY taken six years, but finally

the Government organisation which

looks after the red zone has woken up to

the need for “no motor-cycle” signs in

Southshore.

Local community board member Tim Sintes (see page 1) says

people using the walking tracks and beach are in danger. He

is worried there will be the odd punch-up too as frustration

grows.

Sintes raises a valid point about the motor bikes. The sooner

the signs are put up the better.

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Tuesday March 12 2019 3

News

Revolutionary plan for red zone

• By Matt Slaughter

A NEW, children-friendly

development along the

Richmond end of the Avon River

will aim to help Banks Avenue

School Pupils recover from the

trauma of the earthquakes.

Avon-Otakaro Network’s

Evan Smith said about four out

of five Banks Avenue School

pupils had been left with some

form of post-traumatic stress

disorder.

Banks

Avenue School

principal

Toni Burnside

said an ongoing

study by

Canterbury

Toni Burnside

University associate

professor

Kathleen

Liberty had found Banks Avenue

pupils continued to show symptoms

of PTSD almost nine years

on from the first quake.

Mrs Burnside said these

symptoms included not being

able to focus in class, having

separation anxiety from their

parents and struggling to sleep

at night.

Mr Smith said Avon-Otakaro

Network’s so-called Riverlution

project would aim to bring

normality and fun back into the

lives of pupils and residents who

had been surrounded by red

zone for so long.

“With the behaviours some

of the kids are exhibiting, they

calm down a lot if they’re out

and about and getting in touch

with the dirt.”

The development would run

from Glade Ave to Banks Ave

and include a number of features

including kids walking trails,

play areas gardens, a pop-up cafe

and a tiny house village.

“For a long time this area has

been a place of fear and now it

can be a part of the solution.

It’s really just enabling kids to

RECOVERY:

The

Riverlution

project will

aim to bring

normality

back into the

lives of Banks

Avenue

School pupils

who have

been affected

by the

trauma of the

earthquakes.

have an opportunity to explore

the space and be at peace with it

again,” said Mr Smith.

He said Banks Avenue

pupils would get to choose

one feature to include in the

project and the discussion on

what this would be was in its

early stages.

Mrs Burnside said Ms Liberty

was continuing to work with

Banks Ave’s teachers to develop

strategies to help pupils with

PTSD cope at school.

These included “drink to

think,” a daily initiative where

children are made to drink milk,

having play time before lunchtime

so students are

settled when they come

back into the classroom and

having a snack break between

the start of school and morning

tea time.

She said involving pupils in

the Riverlution project would

be another positive step towards

their recovery.

“We’ve been devastated here,

so it’s really nice for them to

be a part of that re-growth

and rejuvenation . . . in years

to come, they’ll remember the

earthquakes, but they’ll also

remember that they’ve played a

part.”

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In Brief

Fire rages, homes at risk

YACHT CLUB BUILDINGS

Pleasant Point Yacht club has had

two buildings moved onto its site

in South New Brighton Domain.

Two buildings previously used

as makeshift lecture theatres

at Canterbury University were

shifted by crane on Tuesday

and Thursday. The buildings are

expected to be fully operational

by July, with the club hoping to

host an opening in September.

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Coastal Burwood Community

Board’s youth development fund.

The funding boost was approved

at a meeting last Monday. The

money will be given to young

people in a number of different

fields including sport, education

and leadership The value that

was initially proposed was $2500,

but Coastal Ward city councillor

David East convinced the board to

add the extra $500.

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Reserve developments

• By Matt Slaughter

AN OVERHAUL of

reserves in South New

Brighton is set to continue.

The city council has said

the designs for new projects

in a plan to improve

parks and green areas

throughout South New

Brighton can start.

A new pump track in

South New Brighton Park

and new picnic areas in

southern Bridge St and

Blighs Garden will be

designed.

The projects are expected

to be completed by 2021.

They are part of

a plan, which was

created in 2014 to

revamp Blighs Garden,

Bridge Reserve

and South New

Brighton Park.

Work has already

occurred in all of

the areas and so far,

has involved the removal

of trees, the demolition

of earthquake damaged

buildings and the construction

of some infrastructure

including a new

toilet and jetty in South

New Brighton Park.

Once the pump track

and picnic areas are

Tim Sintes

PROGRESS: Developments will continue in South

New Brighton reserves.

completed, they will be followed

by the development

of other infrastructure

including walking tracks,

car parks, playgrounds,

green areas and

toilet facilities.

Coastal-Burwood

Community Board

deputy chairman

Tim Sintes said the

reserves had been

hammered in the

earthquakes.

“There’s not an

area around that didn’t

need work

. . . they were just in a general

state of disarray.”

He said the parks were

used by large numbers of

residents and the developments

would do a lot to

boost the morale of the

South Brighton community.

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“It’s really big, it means

so much.”

“When things get tidied

up, it restores the pride in

the area.”

Coastal Ward city councillor

David East said the

pump track and picnic area

projects that had just been

green-lighted would help

attract more visitors to

South New Brighton.

“Blighs garden is an

under-utilised area at the

moment, so some improvements

down there will be

a welcome edition. The

bridge street area

. . . to have a picnic area

there is good and the bike

track pump station in the

domain itself to me is just a

complementary activity to

a lot of great things that are

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Council culture worries East

• By Julia Evans

UNDER FIRE city councillor

David East is worried about the

internal culture among some city

council staff.

It has been six months since Cr

East accused city council staff of

tampering with the District Plan.

He has since been embroiled in a

code of conduct complaint.

But he said the saga had

sparked concerns about aspects

of the city council’s culture.

Cr East passed on those concerns

to Mayor Lianne Dalziel,

chief executive Karleen Edwards

and his city council colleagues.

He said the majority of staff are

“brilliant” and do an “exceedingly

good job” for the council.

“However, in parts, there is resistance

and a culture that is detrimental

to the future progress of

the city . . . there is a reluctance

to embrace a can-do attitude.”

He said he has lodged his own

code of conduct complaints

against two senior staff members.

They had not yet been formalised,

but he said staff were “on

notice.”

“One senior member wrote

something in an email to question

my ability . . . the other was

a verbal comment made in the

council foyer,” he said.

SIEGE: City councillor David East is still calling for an

independent inquiry into how a clause was left out of the

District Plan.

Cr East has been under fire

since he claimed a clause in the

District Plan, giving leeway to

people in specific coastal areas,

deemed at risk of flooding, to

build and extend homes, was

intentionally left out by staff.

His call was backed by Coastal-

Burwood Community Board

chairwoman Kim Money and

deputy chairman Tim Sintes,

and Linwood-Central-Heathcote

Community Board member Darrell

Latham, who face their own

code of conduct complaints.

As a result of the outspoken

comments, Greater Christchurch

Regeneration Minister

Megan Woods approved the city

council’s proposal to amend the

District Plan under section 71 of

the Greater Christchurch Regeneration

Act.

Cr East acknowledged Dr

Woods, Ms Dalziel, Dr Edwards

and staff for fast-tracking the

changes.

But he is still calling for an

urgent, independent inquiry into

how the clause was left out.

An audit, which the city council

commissioned, by Environment

Canterbury councillor and

former Environment Court judge

Peter Skelton found there never

was a missing clause.

However, Cr East said the

Skelton audit did not address a

number of irregularities or how

the clause came to be missing.

Ms Dalziel and Dr Edwards are

demanding a further apology,

he said. “I think my major

objection is I’ve been proved

guilty as charged and the inquiry

is needed to say if there’s any

substance to the claims,” Cr East

said.

“I apologised and I’m not

wanting to do it again and again

. . . the independent inquiry

would bring to the fore these

irregularities in the District Plan,

why should I apologise before

that?”

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Fire rages, homes at risk

Coastal climate

change plan

goes ‘off-track’

• By Julia Evans

SOUTHSHORE residents feel

climate change might come

sooner than their promised

regeneration plan.

Regenerate Christchurch has

told the city council the Southshore

and South New Brighton

project was “off-track” as it undertook

an internal review. It announced

coastal residents would

be consulted in July about the

future of their suburbs to come

up with solutions to manage the

impacts of climate change.

But Southshore Residents’

Association chairwoman Lynda

Burdekin said it was “incredibly

disappointing” to hear the plan

had been delayed. “If they wait long

enough, they won’t have a problem.

We’re feeling really let down– we

put a lot of work into working with

Regenerate,” she said.

Regenerate chief executive Ivan

Iafeta said it is reviewing the

project’s next phase with the city

council, Environment Canterbury

and Ngai Tahu. “Because of

the complexity of the overlapping

issues associated with the earthquakes

and climate change, it is

important to review and refine

our approach.”

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Dog attack concerns in Southshore

• By Matt Slaughter

NOT ENOUGH is being

done to prevent dog attacks

in Southshore, says an ex-dog

owner of 30 years.

However, the city

council’s head of regulatory

compliance Tracey Weston says

Southshore and other beach

suburbs do not have a reputation

for dog attacks and the city

council’s current approach to dog

control is working fine.

But Southshore resident Bernie

Calder claimed residents on

his street have had their dogs

attacked in the past.

One neighbour’s terrier was

even killed as a result of an

attack, he said.

“This vicious dog that had

killed before somehow got out of

the household and went straight

over to this chap’s dog and

started going at it. Fortunately,

he managed to grab hold of it

and took it back home. There

was no further action against the

owner.”

At a Coastal-Burwood

Community Board meeting last

Monday, Mr Calder said the

board should request the city

council tighten its stance on dog

control.

“My view is that any dog which

has attacked another dog should

really be muzzled in public

because they should be able to

have their dog approach another

one without it being killed.”

Ms Weston said dog control

already took this approach.

“Dogs that are classified as

‘menacing or dangerous’ are

required to be muzzled while at

large in a public place.”

However, Mr Calder said in

the cases he and his neighbours

had been involved in, dog control

only issued warnings to the

owners of aggressive dogs. He

said muzzling was not done often

enough.

However, Ms Weston said

dog control takes all the steps

necessary to prevent dog attacks.

“Public safety is paramount in

the functions we perform. We

manage dog aggression on a

case-by-case situation, where

warnings are appropriate,

we issue them, and where

classification, based on

evidence, it is appropriate we do

that.”

Southshore Residents

Association chairwoman Lynda

Burdekin, who has owned a

dog, said from what she has

seen, more muzzling of dogs is

necessary.

“In an area where there are lots

of dogs, lots of families, young

children who are not always

terribly careful around dogs, you

need to have good control and

if you haven’t got a dog that you

can rely on, it does need to be

muzzled.”

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Mr Sintes hopes these

conversations will lead to action,

but said he is disappointed it has

taken so long for new signage to

be seriously considered.

Mr Sintes said if nothing is

done to stop motor-cyclists

riding through the areas “there’s

going to be fisticuffs.”

“There’s been a bit of an

increase in it happening and

it’s just a bit of a concern that

residents might take things into

their own hands and it might get

out of control.”

“It’s a very, very popular

walkway and cycleway with

families and, if you get a motor

bike hooning down there,

it’s very dangerous and then

occasionally we get one hooning

down to the estuary.”

Said Mr Barr: “We are aware

of the issue of motor-cyclists

using walking tracks in the

Southshore red zone and estuary

area. We have had complaints

about this in the past.”

Mr Barr said LINZ has put

measures in place to try and stop

the problem, but they had not

been effective.

“There is signage in place that

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News

Subdivision

gets new

reserves

• By Matt Slaughter

FOUR EMPTY plots of land in

the Prestons subdivision will

become recreation reserves.

The Coastal-Burwood Community

Board approved the proposal

and the reserves’ names at

a meeting last week.

The decision means the

reserves will now be maintained

regularly by city council staff.

It has previously not been

responsible for the areas because

unnamed reserves cannot be

placed under the city council’s

schedule of maintenance.

The community board agreed

the renaming was the best

option for all involved because it

means the reserves can now be

easily located by residents and

their use can be promoted by the

city council.

The reserves will receive their

official names in the next month.

The names are:

1. ​Aopori Reserve (Prestons

Park Drive)

2. Arokehe Reserve (Avemore

Drive)

3. Kowaro Reserve (Prestons

Park Drive)

4. Mara Reserve (Katrine

Drive)

The city council also plans to

extend Marshland Domain.

• By Matt Slaughter

WHEN CATHY Allden laid eyes

on Richmond in 2007, she knew

she was home.

The British expat fell in love

with New Zealand’s landscapes

when she first visited in 2001.

When she and her partner

John Cleminson decided

to start their house hunt in

Christchurch, they quickly

realised they loved no landscape

more than the one around

Richmond.

“We really loved the river and

we loved the proximity to the

city and we didn’t look much

further than within a 1km radius

of the river.”

After the February 22, 2011,

earthquake, the surroundings

Miss Allden had grown so fond

of all but disappeared.

Her house was one of the few

still habitable in her street, just

five houses down from the red

zone.

The stress of the situation was

added to Miss Allden’s attempts

to have a child through IVF in

2012, which eventually led to the

birth of her son Jack in 2013.

Seeing damage all around her,

Miss Allden realised she wanted

to do whatever she could to help

Richmond recover.

After quitting her job as a

travel agent to become a fulltime

mum, she decided to make

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this her mission. It all started

with a paddling pool.

“Me and a couple of other

mums put together a petition

and went and did a deputation

to the city council for the Long

Term Plan to get the paddling

pool at Avebury House fixed.

That got approved.”

Miss Allden said she got such

a buzz out of making this project

happen she became hungry to do

more.

“That was the catalyst really

that started the momentum of

a sense of empowerment that

we could actually do more and

engage more and take ownership

of the post-earthquake recovery

in Richmond.”

She then decided to turn

her attention to Richmond’s

green spaces and became the

co-founder of the Richmond

Community Garden.

The garden was started on the

edge of the River Rd red zone in

2017 and its contributors have

since worked on a number of

community planting and green

space development projects with

schools and other community

organisations.

Miss Allden said the space has

helped connect the Richmond

community.

“We’re showing skills and

growing food resilience and

really working together as a

village to support each other.”

Call to put toilets near QE II hydrotherapy pool

• By Matt Slaughter

THE DISTANCE between the

hydrotherapy pool and the toilets

at Taiora: QE II Recreation and

Sport Centre is causing pool

users embarrassment.

Parklands resident Aileen Trist

said the hydrotherapy pool was

most often used by people who

need close access to the toilet and

changing room facilities.

However, the hydrotherapy

pool is further away from the

facilities than any other pool at

the venue.

“People that use the

hydrotherapy pool use it because

they have a disability, whether

it’s a big one or a small one, they

have mobility problems.”

City council head of recreation,

sports and events Nigel Cox said

the hydrotherapy pool was 55m

away.

He said installing the pool

any closer to the facilities had

not been an option because the

budget for it was a late addition.

“The hydrotherapy pool was an

addition to the original design

and was included in April 2017

after construction had already

started.”

Mrs Trist said her husband

Tony has suffered two strokes

and is paralysed down his left

side.

He was almost left

embarrassed trying to get to the

facilities during the couple’s last

trip to QE II, she said.

Mrs Trist wants three

uni-sex toilet facilities to

be installed closer to the

hydrotherapy pool so others

like her husband do not have to

struggle in the future.

She discussed this proposal in

front of the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board at its meeting

last week.

The board requested the

city council seek urgent advice

on how the toilets could be

added.

Mr Cox said the city

council was aware of Mrs

Trist’s concerns, but there are

currently no plans and no

funding available to install more

accessible toilets.

Mrs Trist said it was not good

enough.

“I don’t want QE II known

as the pool complex in

Christchurch that’s always

having code browns because

we’re getting the highest

number.”

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No garden

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ceremony

• By Matt Slaughter

A CEREMONY for the

Community Pride Garden

Awards will not be held for the

Coastal-Burwood Ward this

year.

It is the only ward in

Christchurch which will not

be hosting a ceremony for the

awards. The Coastal-Burwood-

Burwood Community Board

decided at a meeting last week the

$3000 cost of hosting the awards

was out of its budget.

Instead, the board will post

out certificates to the ward’s 142

award winners.

Board member Linda Stewart

opposed the decision.

“I see it as a negative to not

encourage the ward to be

colourful and pretty again and

pretty for everybody.”

She said gardening is a way

for many people to add some

vibrancy to damaged streets

and manage the stress which

came with being surrounded by

damage.

All the other members of the

board agreed that the Community

Pride Garden Awards should be

hosted once every two years to

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Getting fighting fit for

• By Jess Gibson

AFTER A lifetime of low

self-esteem and a fear of injuries,

Jennine White felt unfit,

vulnerable and afraid to work

out.

Now the 33-year-old

performance reporting analyst

will take part in the 6km

City2Surf run on March 24

feeling better than ever.

Mrs White decided to focus on

her health in November after a

visit to her doctor to talk about

a shoulder injury turned into a

discussion about how her lack

of fitness was affecting her wellbeing.

Her doctor recommended

the ‘green prescription’, a free

programme which offers advice

from a physical activity coach.

She received a plan from her

coach Olivia Maisey and gained

the confidence to participate

in the City2Surf after she was

encouraged to see a personal

trainer, get injury rehabilitation

and see a life coach.

Mrs White is now positive she

can push herself to do the 6km

event if she alternates between a

brisk walk and a jog to take care

of her injury.

While she has finished with

the green prescription, she

said Miss Maisey has been like

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GETTING FIT: Jennine White (left) will take part in the City2Surf

6km event after completing Sport Canterbury’s ‘green

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her “cheerleader”. She said her

personal trainer, life coach,

family and friends have all helped

her to stay motivated.

“People like me need someone

in our corner and someone to

help us fight through to get a

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Mrs White said she is focussed

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than losing weight, and feels

“amazing” because of it.

“My mental health is so much

better, I have reduced anxiety

and sleep so well. I feel like I’m

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White.

Miss Maisey said it was good to

see how extra support can make a

difference to someone’s lifestyle.

“She’s gone from doing barely

any exercise to absolutely

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News

• By Sophie Cornish

ALAN HICKMAN was sick of

constantly being woken up by the

alarms going off at the fire station

a couple of doors down from his

house.

So the then 27-year-old decided

he might as well sign up for

volunteer service at the old New

Brighton Fire Station.

Now at age 68, Mr Hickman

will soon retire after more than

41 years of fighting fires.

Starting off as a volunteer in

1977, Mr Hickman remained at

his job as a property officer for

the Education Department (now

the Ministry of Education).

In 1981, he began moving

up the ranks as a volunteer,

becoming a senior firefighter and

then station officer in 1994.

Then in 1999, Mr Hickman

became the volunteer district

support officer for the New

Brighton station, in Hawke St,

which was a paid role, while he

also continued as a volunteer.

He was joined by long-time

friend Dave Chivers in the role.

In 2008, he became deputy

chief at the station.

Then in 2012, he moved into

the Christchurch City Fire

Station metro area office, where

he supported four brigades –

New Brighton, Brooklands,

Sumner and Lyttelton.

It wasn’t until 2013 that he

retired from being a volunteer

and continued as a career staff

member.

“I decided that working 24

hours a day was crazy.”

He can still recall the first ever

house fire he entered on New

Brighton Rd and admits it was

“pretty neat.”

“I was fascinated by it,

I didn’t know what to expect,” he

said.

“I managed to get a direct

hit on the home’s power board

with my hose. It exploded and

there was a blinding blue flash. I

thought, wow, this is what it is all

about.”

Ample training had prepared

Mr Hickman for this moment,

particularly the ‘safe person

concept’.

“You risk a little to save a lot.

You don’t risk a lot to save a

little.”

Mr Hickman was buying

lunch on Bower Ave when the

February 22, 2011, earthquake

hit. He raced back to the station

and the crew “self-responded”

and headed to North Beach Fish

Supply, where the roof had caved

in.

The owner had got out alive,

luckily. Little did Mr Hickman

know, his home on Waitaki Ave,

Bexley, had been destroyed by

liquefaction and was structurally

unsound.

“It was stuffed. So my family

and I moved into the station

. . . it was fun, it was different, but

we had things highly organised.”

Mr Hickman slept on the

floor in the storeroom of the

station, which was running on

a small amount of power from a

generator and no water.

The crew’s main jobs were to

ensure buildings were made safe

and chimneys were knocked

down. The generosity of people

during the time “amazed him.”

“People would stop us

everywhere just to give us food or

baking.”

While fighting fires, Mr

Hickman has rescued numerous

horses, cows, rabbits, cats and

dogs and has seen some “pretty

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Veteran New Brighton firefighter calls time

HEROES: Alan

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from left),

wearing his

Gold Star Award

for 25 years

of service,

with other

volunteers at

the old New

Brighton Fire

Station.

Fire rages, homes at risk

SERVICE: Alan

Hickman will

soon retire as a

paid employee

in the fire

service after

42 years. He

will continue

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providing

operational

support.

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horrific” car accidents.

“You just have to get on with it

and deal with the job,” he said.

During the devastating 2017

Port Hills fires, Mr Hickman

worked behind the scenes,

ensuring all brigades were

supported with the resources

they needed.

Mr Chivers and Mr Hickman

became friends when they met

as volunteers and have fought

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“At one point, we were

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friends. I don’t want to mention

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someone out and then I’ll hear

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A career highlight was in 2002,

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New Zealand-made vehicles. We can cover

most vehicles on the road, and all our lights

are fully checked and in perfect working

order.”

If they don’t have it in stock, they can

source it from one of the other branches in

the nationwide BE Group, Richard says. BE

is one of New Zealand’s largest importers of

• new & quality

secondhand tyres

• alloy wheels

• replacement rims

• puncture repairs

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Braxton Car Lights also offers a repair

service for headlights, with their skilled

staff of three having 80 years’ experience in

the automotive trade between them. They

also specialise in light adjuster and light

conversion of American car lights and their

repair service includes plastic

welding, drying out, and

re-silvering, re-sealing

and lens refurbishment.

Their services can also

be arranged through

your own local garage or

workshop.

So, next time you

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email carlights@carlights.co.nz.

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Players push for selection

through early starts

SPORT

• By Gordon Findlater

THREE 6.50AM training

sessions a week have Shirley

Boys’ High School in full

swing ahead of this year’s UC

Championship.

Around 45 students are braving

an early start to the day on

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

to push their case for selection

in the first XV ahead of the

season.

“Everyone is playing other

sports so if we want really

good numbers. The only ones

who can’t make it are our rowers.

We have a really strong

volleyball culture at school so

we’d lose all of those players if

we trained in the afternoon,”

said Gibson.

SBHS also announced openside

flanker Kiarn Wilson as first

XV captain at the beginning of

the year, ahead of pre-season

training which began in early

February.

“He stood up a lot last year

and we gave it to him early

because we wanted him to start

thinking about who his vicecaptain

will be and how he will

lead the team,” said Gibson.

“He’s had a couple of months

in that role now and he’s grown

more in that role than I thought

was going to happen which is

awesome.

LEADER: New SBHS captain Kiarn Wilson makes a tackle on

Lincoln’s Will Gaulter in last year’s UC Championship. ​

SBHS will also break in their

new ground at QE II this year

when the UC Championship

begins in early May.

“It should be pretty good. I

think the contractors that have

put the field in have to keep it to

a certain standard for a certain

amount of years so the field

should be kept in pretty good

nick,” said Gibson.

With three fields at the new

school site, Gibson is also hopeful

the first XV may have a

dedicated field for training and

matches.

SBHS begin the UC

Championship with a trip to

Christ’s College on May 4.

Their first match at their new

home ground is against Lincoln

Combined on May 11.

RESULT: Ari Graham finished an impressive fourth in the under

23 category at the OTU Sprint Triathlon Oceania Championship.

PHOTO: AT PHOTO ​

Graham fourth in Tasmania

through strong bike leg

SOUTHSHORE triathlete Ari

Graham has finished fourth in

the under-23 category at the

OTU Sprint Triathlon Oceania

Championship in Devonport,

Tasmania.

Graham, 19, also did enough

to finish seventh overall in the

elite women’s category when she

finished in a time of 1hr 4min

46sec.

Graham was amongst the lead

group after the opening 750m

swim leg which she completed

in 10min 25sec. An impressive

20km bike leg which she completed

in 33min 58sec saw Graham

come into the transition

with a 25sec buffer as she hit the

pavement for the final 5km run.

However, she was chased

down by race winner Joanne

Miller at the 2km mark.

Graham finished the run

in 19min 3sec to finish fourth

behind fellow Kiwis Ainsley

Thorpe and Nicole Van Der

Kaay.


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Email matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi 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

SAYGo Steady As You Go falls

prevention exercise Class

Tuesday, 10am

This is a specially-designed

class to help you not to fall. There

will be a $2 koha entry. There is

no booking fee required, those

interested are invited to just turn

up on the day and see what the

class can do for them.

Parklands Community

Centre (opposite the shops

in Queenspark Drive)

Ascot Sit and Be Fit

Wednesday, 1-2pm and on

Thursday, 9.30am-10.30am

Go along and complete a

class, which lets you complete a

number of exercises without even

leaving your chair. The cost of the

class is $4 and with this, you’ll

get a cup of tea or coffee.

Ascot Community Centre, Ascot

Ave, Parklands

Wā Pēpi/Babytimes

Tuesday, 11.15-11.45am,

Wednesday and Thursday, 10.30-

11am

Go along with your little one

for an interactive programme

including music, movement,

rhymes and a story.

Aranui Library Tuesday, New

Brighton Library Wednesday,

Shirley Library Thursday

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

Technology help drop-in

sessions

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to a drop-in session

for help with email, searching

the internet, using the library

catalogue, eBooks, and general

computer queries.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30–3.30pm

This weekly club is on every

Friday, just go along and join the

fun. Free, no bookings required.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

The Golden Oldies movie screening will be take place at New Brighton Museum, 8 Hardy

St, on Monday at 1pm. The film will be The Young Ones. Cliff Richard stars in this 1961

musical about a youth club member and aspiring singer Nicky and his friends, who try to

save their club in London’s West End from an unscrupulous millionaire property developer.

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

New Brighton Seaside Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Held at Brighton mall every

Saturday, just across the road

from the beach and the new children’s

playground.

New Brighton Pedestrian Mall

Mahjong Group

Saturday, 2-4pm

Learn to play Mahjong at

Shirley library. For beginners and

advanced players alike. If you

have your own set, please take

it along, otherwise go along and

join in a friendly game.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland

Rd

The Monday Makers Club

Monday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to weekly after school

making sessions for kids. A range

of activities varying in theme,

week by week. Free of charge, no

booking required.

New Brighton Library, 213

Marine Pde

Activity Zone

Monday, 3.45-4.45pm

Go and have fun at Activity

Zone, the Shirley Library

after school club. There will be

technology, games, crafts and

books. Suitable for ages six to 10.

Caregivers, please remain in the

library during the session.​Free,

no bookings required.

Shirley Library, 36 Marshland Rd

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Tuesday March 12 2019 21

REAL ESTATE

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Auction: Thursday, 21 March 2019 Unless Sold Prior

4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 3 toilets | 3 living rooms | 1 dining room | 1 office/study | 2 car-garage | Listing Number: PI57385

This high-quality home has been crafted

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construction. Designed to sit comfortably

amongst the substantial homes of this

established neighbourhood, it enjoys an

exceptionally private setting yet is within

15 minutes’ walk of the Farmers’ Market

and Westfield Riccarton, or a three-minute

drive to Fendalton Mall.

A natural gathering place for family

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seamless flow to a large separate lounge

where feature wallpaper and a dado rail

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master bedroom includes a tiled en suite

complete with sauna, and three more

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Zoned for Ilam School, Boys’ High

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Don’t miss the opportunity to make it

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Impala Jet Boat

Tasman 20 Trailer Sailer

Volkswagen Beetle

98 Suzuki DR 350

2006 Holden Commodore SV6

Oregon Bench Seat (oiled)

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ID 27221

$4,500

ID 27076

$8,000

ID 26025

$1,990

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$7,000

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$195

ID 22848

2009 Lunar Freelander Caravan 2005 Mazda Premacy 2.0L

Heron Dome Tent

Kuhn Power Harrows

2014 Willet Tandem Discs

2001 Mazda MPV

$16,900

ID 27291

$2,500

ID 26994

$600

ID 27157

$8,000

ID 27128

$20,000 ono

ID 27120

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Tandem Trailer

Rabbit/Guinea Pig Hutches

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1962 Bedford J2 Tipper

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Quad Trailer

Fish Tanks & Equipment

Mitsubishi Diamante 3.5 V6

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Drill Press

Compass Reflection Caravan 6m

Subaru Legacy TS-R (non turbo)

Land-Rover 4WD Camper

Ingersol Rand Rattle Gun

Nissan Serena People Mover

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Martin Acoustic Travel Guitar

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Ford Falcon S/W

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Honda TRX 300

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Trades & Services

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Monday 1 – 2pm

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Movement to Music

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9.30 – 10.30am

$5 per class

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OUTDOOR REDUCED

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