Southern View: March 12, 2019

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End in site for

Colombo St

road works

Page 3

Relief for bone

dry McCormacks

Bay sports field

Page 6

Crusaders tackle snarlers at Linwood Coupland’s

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Crusaders Oliver Jager, Quinten Strange and Tim Perry showed off their barbecue skills on Friday. They helped out

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• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

AN APPLICATION to open an

off-licence bottle store in Halswell

still appears to be on track.

Southern View reported two

weeks ago Bottle-O Halswell

Ltd had cancelled its contract

to purchase a shop at The Oaks

Village Halswell complex,

indicating the bottle store would

not go ahead.

However, it has now been

revealed Bottle-O Halswell Ltd is

negotiating to lease the premises at

29 Ensign St, instead of buying it.

Director and shareholder Wendy

Gibbons would not comment on

whether it would be leasing the

premises.

In December, Bottle-O Halswell

Ltd was granted an application

to open an off-licence liquor

store on Ensign St. The decision

was appealed by the Halswell

Residents’ Association and a

hearing is scheduled in May.

An email from city council

district licensing committee team

leader Allison Houston to the

Halswell Residents’ Association

on February 25 confirmed the

company is now negotiating to

lease the premises.

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Local community board member Tim

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beach are in danger. He is worried there will be the odd punchup

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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Colombo St roadworks almost finished

Welcome

relief for

businesses

• By Julia Evans

THE END is in sight for

businesses on Colombo St which

have been disrupted by major

roadworks over the last year.

The work is on track to be

finished in June, a year after it

started. It involves installing a

new wastewater line along the

middle of Colombo St from

the roundabout at Dyers Pass,

Cashmere and Centaurus Rds to

Fisher Ave.

Cashmere Gallery Florist

owner Jenny Hollands said the

businesses are looking forward to

the completion date.

“They’re just about finished. It’s

been okay, but they’ve been really

good to us,” she said.

“It’s been congested and

incredibly disrupted, but it was

really good of them to let us keep

a bit of parking.”

Spreydon-Cashmere Community

Board chairwoman Karolin

Potter said there has been a lot of

frustration from businesses and

residents.

Ms Potter said the work is

the “most intensive” in the

city.

City council acting head of

three waters and waste John

Moore said the work will provide

a back-up system for the existing

wastewater main during flood

events, as well as preparing for

more properties linking into the

network.

But Mr Moore couldn’t say

whether the work is the most

intensive in the city because each

project is different. He said work

notices were hand delivered to all

businesses before the construction

began.

“Prior to undertaking this

work, staff worked with a variety

of stakeholders, including local

businesses. As a result decisions

were made for a staged construction,

so that work would not

Karolin Potter

BUSY: The

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Colombo St

will be finished

in June, a year

after the project

was started.

disrupt businesses over the busy

summer period.”

Work in front of Thorrington

Primary School was also prioritised

to have a pedestrian crossing

installed by the start of the

school term.

“Two lanes of traffic in

Colombo St has been maintained

throughout the construction

stage,” Mr Moore said.

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its site in South New Brighton

Domain. Two buildings

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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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Bottle store on track to open

at The Oaks Village Halswell

•From page 1

Said Ms Houston: “We

have been advised, (Bottle-O

Halswell Ltd) are not

withdrawing the application.

They are however in the

process of renegotiating their

tenure from purchasing the

premises in full to a leasing

arrangement.”

Residents’ association secretary

David Hawke said it is working

on its appeal and is in discussions

with a lawyer about presenting its

case in May.

He did not have a view on the

bottle store being leased, saying it

was up to the applicant.

The residents’ association’s

original objection against the

application stated there were

sufficient facilities in Halswell for

alcohol with Craythorne’s Public

House, Super Liquor and New

World Halswell.

Mr Hawke said there is

evidence any new bottle

store going into an area

significantly increases

alcohol-related harm.

But the decision granting the

application said Mrs Gibbons had

the experience necessary to safely

PLANNED: A bottle store may still open at the The Oaks Village

Halswell complex in Ensign St, Halswell.

sell alcohol.

It said alcohol-related

harm would be minimised

by good amenity in the

area and the position of the

store within the development.

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Farewell events to

mark demolition

of Linwood College

A CELEBRATION is planned

for April 5 and 6 to celebrate

the past 65 years of educational

history of Linwood College.

In mid-2019, the school’s

buildings will be demolished in

preparation for a full rebuild on

site.

At $44 million the rebuild

budget is one of the largest of

any of the Ministry of Education’s

rebuild programme since

the February 22, 2011, earthquake.

Students enrolled at the school

will be relocated to old Avonside

Girls’ High site for the full duration

of the rebuild.

When news of the rebuild was

released, approaches were made

to the school for an opportunity

to celebrate its past.

At the time it was built in

1954, Linwood High was the

first post-war co-educational

school to open in the entire

country.

While the school looked more

like a building site than an

educational campus on opening

day, the community soon

proudly rallied around its new

high school and ensured it had

the resources equivalent to any

existing school in the city.

To mark the demolition

of the buildings a ticketed

Conversazione event is being

hosted on April 5 and a free

open day on April 6.

The event will end with a

farewell ceremony at 3pm. This

event is open to anyone in the

community to attend.

Past students from all over

New Zealand and Australia

have bought tickets to attend

the farewell says the chair of the

event’s organising committee

Linda Rutland.

“People have a real attachment

to their old school with the

original 1954s remaining a very

tight-knit group.”

Secondary Schools’ Enrolment

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Greater Christchurch state secondary school principals and

boards of trustees have undertaken a joint effort to strengthen the

current secondary network. One of the outcomes of this work

is the proposed implementation of new enrolment schemes

and amendments to existing enrolment schemes for some coeducational

state secondary schools. There are seven secondary

schools proposing to amend or implement a scheme, which are:

• Burnside High School

• Haeata Community Campus

• Hillmorton High School

• Linwood College

• Mairehau High School

• Papanui High School

• Riccarton High School

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There are also public meetings to gather feedback:

• Wednesday 20th March, 7pm – 8pm – Hillmorton High School

• Monday 25th March, 7pm – 8pm – Papanui High School

• Tuesday 26th March, 7pm – 8pm – Riccarton High School

• Thursday 28th March, 7pm – 8pm – Burnside High School

• Tuesday 2nd April, 7pm – 8pm – Linwood College

• Thursday 4th April, 6.30pm – 7.30pm – Mairehau High School

• Wednesday 10th April, 6pm – 7pm – Haeata Community Campus

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Bumper stickers shift spat up a gear

Fire rages, homes at risk

FREE SPEECH: Halswell resident Greig Russell was removed

from the Halswell Community Group Facebook page when he

posted a mobile number online. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

OUTSPOKEN Halswell resident

Greig Russell has always believed

in the power of free speech.

After being removed from a

community Facebook page in

Halswell of nearly 11,000 members

for posting a mobile number

online, the 40-year-old steel

fabricator has taken a stand on

people having the right to speak

their mind.

Mr Russell set up his own

community Facebook page called

Halswell Community Page Uncensored

after falling out with the

administrators of the Halswell

Community Group page.

Now bumper stickers with

#bringbackgreigrussell and

#LETSMAKEHALSWELL-

GREATAGAIN have begun to

appear around the suburb.

Mr Russell said the idea is to

spread the message of free speech.

The bumper stickers have appeared

on the back of cars, on

children’s school bags and even

on community food shelf the

Sharing Shack in Halswell.

Halswell Community Project

chairwoman and one of the administrators

Chrys Horn said Mr

Russell won’t be added back into

the group until he can prove he

can behave on the page.

“If he has merchandise he

Greig Russell Chrys Horn

obviously doesn’t know when to

stop . . . our Facebook team still

feel fairly harassed, we have now

quietly got rid of him,” she said.

Mr Russell said everyone, part

of a community, has got a different

opinion and it wasn’t right for a

group of administrators to decide

what people should see or read.

“In a roundabout way, you

could say it is an abuse of power

because they are dictating to

others what they can and cannot

read about the community.”

But Dr Horn said the group

could not be seen as dictators.

“We have a responsibility to

manage this page and people are

voting with their feet in terms

of participating on it . . . nearly

10,000 people are active on it.”

Mr Russell was removed from

the Halswell Community Group

when he posted a mobile phone

number online.

He had helped a group of men

stranded in Greta Valley with a flat

tyre by allowing them to borrow

his spare. One of the men gave him

his phone number and promised to

return the spare tyre the next day.

But nothing eventuated and Mr

Russell’s calls were blocked.

To pressure the man, he asked

members of the Halswell Community

Group to phone the

number and ask for the wheel’s

return. It was returned after

several weeks.

Dr Horn said: “It is not legal to

post somebody’s phone number

and to get complete strangers

to ring them up on your behalf

when there is no evidence that

what you said is what went. That

is harassment.”

Mr Russell said it was not

harassment, it was asking for a

favour from the community.

Since starting his own Facebook

page, Mr Russell, who has lived

in Halswell, has been asked by

several residents to run for mayor

for the elections in October.

“I am seriously thinking about

putting my name in the ballot

. . . Tim Shadbolt does it, he is all

right. I like him,” he said.

Dr Horn said while she

wouldn’t vote for Mr Russell,

he would be very good at

campaigning and if the public

wanted a mayor who knew how

to make a “loud noise,” he could

do it.

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Historic lodge

Dry ground poses injury risk

to be repaired

• By Georgia O’Connor-Harding

ONE OF the city’s oldest domestic

buildings, located on Racecourse

Rd, will be able to be lived in again

after being unoccupied for about

four years.

The city council will carry out

earthquake repairs on the historical

Chokebore Lodge.

Built in the 1850s, the lodge was

sold to horse trainer and breeder

Henry Redwood, who was later

dubbed the father of New Zealand

racing.

Though Mr Redwood remained

in Nelson, horses were trained at

Chokebore by jockey and trainer

Edward Cutts.

City council capital delivery

community manager Darren

Moses said while a contractor

needs to be engaged to provide

a programme on the repairs, the

preliminary date for handover is

October next year.

Following the February 22, 2011,

earthquake, the previous tenant

was required to leave as the building

was below 34 per cent New

Building Standard.

There was a severe failing of the

western and northern cob walls

and repair work is required to

the other cob walls but to a lesser

extent.

The project will cost $1.17 million.

• By Louis Day

RELIEF IS under way for the

bone dry McCormacks Bay

sports field.

The city council has fixed the

broken irrigation system which

led to the field deteriorating over

the summer.

But the fix has come too late

for Sumner Rugby Football Club

which wanted to use the ground

for its pre-season training.

Rugby development officer

Riki Tahere was envious of

Ferrymead Bays FC’s luscious

training pitch at Barnett Park.

“If you were comparing apples

with apples, our one would be a

bit of a rotten one,” he said.

Mr Tahere said the

McCormacks Bay sports field

was dry and solid posing a

potential injury risk.

He suspected the field had

not been watered for six months

before city council completed

repairs of the irrigation system

and watered the fields last week.

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of community parks Al Hardy

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Mr Hardy said the field would

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Mr Tahere said the condition

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Beach access one step further forward

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Louis Day

THE FIRST set of permanent

access steps between the planned

Coastal Pathway and Sumner

beach have been completed.

Work on the second steps

started at the end of February.

City council transport

planning and delivery manager

Lynette Ellis said work on the

4m-wide Coastal Pathway

would start this month once the

rock revetment wall had been

completed.

One crew is currently

working on the Shag Rock

end of the rock revetment

wall towards Gollans Point,

and another crew is working

from the Sumner Surf

Lifesaving Club towards the

other crew.

The rock revetment wall

has been designed to provide

coastal protection to Main Rd,

as well as to support the Coastal

Pathway which will run along

the top.

“The asphalt path will

run between Shag Rock and

Gollans Point, and will then

transition to a boardwalk along

the front of the car park and

the Sumner Surf Lifesaving

Club where it connects with the

EASY ACCESS: Sumner resident Kate Livingston walks up the new beach steps.

existing memorial walkway,” she

said.

Landscaping, planting and

lighting improvements are also

part of the project which is on

schedule to be completed by mid-

October.

The cost of this section of

the Coastal Pathway project

is approximately $6 million.

Once complete the pathway will

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The sections between

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Tuesday March 12 2019

News

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

SOUTHERN VIEW

Local

News

Now

Community board changes on horizon

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Louis Day

WHOLESALE changes loom for

the Banks Peninsula Community

Board.

Five members of the board

may not stand in October’s local

body elections due to concerns

over the money board members

receive and the time pressures

they face.

Chairwoman Pam Richardson,

and members Jed O’Donoghue,

Janis Haley and John McLister

told Southern View they are

unlikely to run in the next

election, while Felix Dawson said

he has not made a commitment

to run yet.

Tori Peden said she plans to

run again while newly-appointed

deputy chairman Tyrone Fields

said he would run if he was

selected.

The pay rates for the mayor,

city councillors and community

board members are currently set

by the Remuneration Authority

using a population-based

model, so boards in areas with

bigger populations get better

remuneration.

Banks Peninsula board

members – excluding the chair,

deputy chair and city councillors

– receive $9670 a year.

That is less than half the

$24,098 paid to Halswell-

STAY OR GO: The Banks Peninsula Community Board – which is made up of Andrew Turner,

Felix Dawson, Janis Haley, Jed O’Donoghue, John McLister, Pam Richardson, Tori Peden and

Tyrone Fields – may have some new faces after the local body elections in October.

Hornby-Riccarton Community

Board members.

Ms Richardson is paid

$19,342, while Halswell-Hornby-

Riccarton chairman Mike Mora

is paid $48,196.

City council secretary Jo Daly

said the Remuneration Authority

has indicated it would be taking a

new approach following the local

body elections this year.

However, Remuneration

Authority director Mike Kunz

said no decisions regarding the

remuneration of community board

members had been made yet.

Rev McLister said he will not

be run again due to the lack of

remuneration for members.

“It is simply the wrong

mechanism to judge what a

Banks Peninsula Community

Board member has to do. We

have big problems, we are bigger

than the city and we have to

travel more than anyone else,”

Rev McLister said.

Deputy mayor and

Banks Peninsula councillor

Andrew Turner agreed the

population-based model was

not an appropriate system of

remunerating board members.

“It makes the assumption

that the work of a community

board member is directly

proportionate to the number of

people that they represent and

fails to address the issues for a

place like the Banks Peninsula,”

he said.

Ms Richardson also did not

support the population-basedmodel

for remuneration and

said she is stepping down after

nine years because she wants

to spend more time with her

family.

“My reason for standing

down is that I have done three

terms and I want to spend time

with my family and grandson,

which I have not been able to

do as much as I would like,” she

said.

Mr O’Donogue, who can

sometimes work 40-50 hours

a week as a train driver for

KiwiRail, said he would be

stepping down due to his

commitments on the community

board costing him 20 days of

annual leave a year.

Mr O’Donoghue also said the

current remuneration rate was a

“barricade to democracy.”

“It is almost a realm exclusively

for the independently wealthy

or semi-retired, which is not

representative of the whole

community,” he said.

Ms Richardson said if board

members were better remunerated

it would open up the role to a

wider range of people.

“We need to look at the

remuneration model so we can

encourage the young ones to

come forward.”

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News

• 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

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

better lifestyle,” she said.

Mrs White said she is focussed

on her well-being rather

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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on another planet now,” said Mrs

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

smashing it,” said Miss Maisey.

“She has done amazing.”

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24, will be $30

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are free

• 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

motor-cycles 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 motor-cycle”

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.

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

SOUTHERN VIEW

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

Bid to stop motor

bikes hooning

along estuary edge

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

says no unauthorised access, and

our security guards regularly

patrol that area. They have in

the past asked motor-cyclists to

move on. This, unfortunately,

has only temporarily addressed

the issue.”

Mr Sintes said some motorcyclists

had intimidated walkers

in the past when they had been

asked to get off their bikes.

“Invariably they get pretty

aggressive . . . it’s not pleasant for

anyone. They went down there

for a walk, not an argument.”

He said it shouldn’t have to

come to this and LINZ should

act on the issue now.

HOONS:

Motorcyclists

riding in the

Southshore

red zone and

estuary edge

are causing

problems for

residents.

We’d like your feedback on

proposed plans for the

South Express Cycle Route

Our proposed plan is open for your feedback until 20 March 2019

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News

Veteran New Brighton firefighter calls time

• 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”

HEROES: Alan

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Gold Star Award

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of service,

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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

Tuesday March 12 2019

Local

News

Now

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

as a volunteer,

providing

operational

support.

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MARTIN

HUNTER

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

“thousands of fires since.”

“At one point, we were

attending more than 500 fires

a year. I’ve made a lifetime of

friends. I don’t want to mention

any more names, I’ll miss

someone out and then I’ll hear

about it,” he said.

A career highlight was in 2002,

when Mr Hickman received a

Gold Star Award for 25 years of

service. Although he will retire

soon, Mr Hickman plans to

continue volunteering for the

New Brighton brigade, now based

at the Anzac Fire Station on

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News

Family’s struggle to get ballerina to New York

• By Julia Evans

WOOLSTON’S Mileena Allan-

Griffiths wants to become a

professional ballerina and her

parents aren’t letting anything

get in her way – not even their

financial struggle.

Her mother and father,

Marianne Allan and Richard

Griffiths, have maxed out credit

cards and are spending

all their spare time

fundraising in a bid to get

their 11-year-old to New

York, not once but twice.

Mr Griffiths is working

70 hours a week at his

business just to make

ends meet. Mrs Allan has

taken up an extra

Marianne

Allan

cleaning job, which Mileena and

her 10-year-old sister Arawyn help

out with.

“They’re really good at cleaning

toilets,” she said.

But Mrs Allan said the family

would do anything to raise

the $31,000 needed to get their

daughter to New York. Mileena is

one of four girls from Canterbury

Ballet selected to compete at the

Youth America Grand Prix Ballet

competition next month.

Alongside Mileena, Sonia

Woods, Ashley Woods and

Poppie Belle Hollander were

selected from Canterbury Ballet.

Canterbury Ballet director

Taisia Missevich said it was

“phenomenal” to have four dancers

accepted. “Last year only three

were accepted into the finals from

the whole of Australia. We are

feeling very blessed having four

from one school accepted.”

The competition is the most

elite in the world – dubbed the

Olympics of ballet – with about

10,000 dancers entering, but

only three per cent accepted

worldwide.

Another 12 dancers

from the school have been

accepted into programmes,

and Missevich said it was

amazing having girls going to

companies all over the world.

Mileena will head back to

New York to attend the American

Ballet Theatre Summer Intensive

workshop for seven weeks in June.

“We’re sacrificing a lot for her

to get there,” Mrs Allan said. “But

we’re going to make it happen.”

The first $9000 trip for 12

days from April 10-22 has been

put on an interest-free credit

card. They found the cheapest

accommodation available at

$100USD a night.

“It’s a two and a half hour

trip into New York where the

competition is,” Mrs Allan said.

The second trip will be for two

months, from June 24 to July 6,

and will come at a cost of more

than $22,000. A pair of pointe

shoes worn by ballerinas also costs

more than $600.

“We’ve done a couple of

sausage sizzles, sold daffodils

and cupcakes. The girls help out

wherever they can. My husband

is working 70 hour weeks at the

moment. He didn’t get into bed

until 4.30am yesterday,” Mrs Allan

said.

“But with the girls, I always

thought if I could find their

passion then life would be easy for

them . . . it’s worth it.”

Mileena received a $1000 grant

through the Linwood-Central-

Heathcote Community Board

and the family is in the process of

applying for funding through Ngai

Tahu.

She has been doing ballet since

she was seven. She has lessons five

days a week and attends private

classes. However, she does less

than half the classes that her peers

do because the family is unable to

afford extra lessons.

“She does 10 hours a week of

lessons, where most girls her age

do well over 20.”

Mileena said when she found

out she had been accepted to go to

New York, she was “really excited.”

“I think it would be amazing to

be a ballerina and perform for lots

of people.”

Tuesday March 12 2019

Local

News

Now

Fire rages, homes at risk

•To help Mileena get to

New York, go to www.

givealittle.co.nz/cause/

help-mileena-to-get-tothe-finals-in-new-york

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by 5pm each Wednesday

JP Clinic

Today, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace is available

to witness signatures, certify

documents, take oaths, declarations,

affidavits or affirmations,

applications for citizenship or

rates rebates.

South, Linwood and Halswell

Libraries

Technology Help Drop in

Sessions

Today, 10.30-11.30am

These free drop in sessions are

available to help you with specific

issues such as using email,

searching the internet, using the

library catalogue, using electronic

resources and any other

general computer related queries.

Go along with your laptop, tablet,

smartphone or use one of the library’s

desktop computers if you

need help with anything digital.

Spreydon Library

Wa Pepi/Babytimes

Today, 11-11.30am

Encourage learning through

language. Wā Pēpi/Babytimes

is an interactive programme

including music, movement,

rhymes and a story. Recommended

for under twos.

South and Halswell Libraries

Knit ’n’ Yarn

Wednesday, 10.30am-1pm

Head down to Linwood Library

for the craft corner sessions. Take

your knitting, crochet or other

craft project. Free and beginners

are welcome.

Linwood Library

Creative Writing on Wednesdays

Wednesday, 4-5pm

Group leaders work with members

to craft, create and develop

their own work. Take along pens,

laptops, paper and any ideas for

story-telling.

Linwood Library

Rummikub Club

Thursday, 10am-noon

Go along and join in a game of

Rummikub, a tile-based game for

two to four players, which combines

elements of the card game

rummy and Mahjong.

Linwood Library

RoboFun for Adults

Thursday, 10-11.30am

Explore the world of robotics,

electronics and programming

in this introductory course. No

bookings required and its held in

the young adult area.

South Library

Game Zone @ Linwood

Library

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go to Linwood Library for an

READiscover your local park storytimes. As part of Parks Week, the city council is hosting a

special storytimes session in the great outdoors. Take along a picnic rug or cushions and wear

your sunhat with park rangers. Barrington Park, Friday, 10.30-11am.

hour of fun on a Thursday afternoon

to play great favourites like

Minecraft, charades, Connect

Four, Pictionary and more. Learn

and develop strategies in new

games such as Minute to Win It

and build cool stuff with

Makerspace. All children aged

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Linwood Library

Scrabble Club

Friday, 10.30am-noon

No obligation to go, just head

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Linwood Library

Spreydon Social Games Club

Saturday, 10am-noon

Go along for a friendly game

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Spreydon Library

Makerspace

Saturday, 1.30-3pm

Every week there will be a creative

or tech activity to try for kids

of all ages.

Te Hapua: Halswell Centre

Drop-in Chinese Art Club

Sunday, 10.30am-noon

Take along brushes, ink,

paint and paper. Join the club

and work on calligraphy and

brush painting for ages 10 and

up.

Te Hapua: Halswell Centre

Chinese ESOL Club for

Intermediate

Monday, 9.30-10.30am

This club is for Mandarin

speakers who would like to

practice English in a relaxed and

pressure-free environment. Go

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any time. Free and no bookings

are required.

Te Hapua: Halswell Centre

Social Games Morning

Monday, 10.30am-noon

Head down to Linwood Library

for a game of Mahjong, draughts,

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old favourites. Gather your

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No bookings required.

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